Republic Wireless mobile phone service exits private beta, now available to all



Republic Wireless phone service exits private beta, now available to all

It’s been just over a year since Republic Wireless promised us unlimited phone, data and SMS services for under 20 bucks a month. Then, this past summer, a select few were invited to use the fledgling hybrid mobile service in a closed beta, and now Republic’s opening up its doors to everyone. Interested parties can jump on the bandwagon by pre-ordering a service-compatible Motorola DEFY XT for $249 on the company website, plus there’s a $10 start-up fee and applicable taxes to get started. In case you forgot, it’s a pay-as-you-go plan, and should you not be satisfied with what your $19 a month gets you, there’s a 30-day money back guarantee. Want to know more? There’s post from company GM Jim Mulcahy with all the details at the source below.

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