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Moto G 16GB SIM-Free Smartphone - Black
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Any USB outlet will do, but the Moto G supports up to a 1.5 amp charger. https://motorola-global-en-roe.custhelp.com/app/answers/prod_answer_detail/a_id/97367/p/30%2C6720%2C9050
28 Nov 2013 by Thomas K.
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is it unlocked 25 Aug 2014
Yes it's unlocked You can put in any sim you want.
25 Aug 2014 by JOHN FORBES
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warrenty 6 May 2014
Assume your questioning the warranty period.I understand it to be 12 months
7 May 2014 by Brian Chorlton
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Yes, it is the Global GSM Model.
16 Nov 2014 by Emil Stahl
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Yes - it supports On The Go (OTG) which means basically purchase an OTG cable and you can connect USB memory sticks (with the cable) to the phone.
27 Nov 2013 by Raymond
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The answer is no it takes a micro sim card. Just go into you local provider shop and they transfer your number and anything else you may require like contacts etc. Brilliant phone by the way.
29 Mar 2014 by Brian Chorlton
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can you send i italy? 18 Nov 2013
I already preordered it with a delivery address in Italy. The only "strange" thing is that the price increases of about ~2£, that's because of the recently increased VAT in Italy. I'm curious about the warranty too...
20 Nov 2013 by Blackphoenix
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Yes but it only takes micro sim size. So you would need to trim it down to size or upscale it with an adapter. I would just get a new one though as certain errors have been reported with adapters
16 Sep 2014 by ofnightandgill
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what size sim card 17 Feb 2014
I got moto g 8gb, it takes micro sd, so i changed my old one with 5euros.Excellent mobile for 160euro.
17 Feb 2014 by GRIGORIOS
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I am a Virgin customer too. I had a normal Sim, whereas this phone takes a micro Sim. I followed other posters on Amazon and bought a Sim cutter. It proved to be extremely simple to cut the Sim down to size. I was slightly baffled by some Sim-like bits that came with the cutter, until i realised that they enable you to make your micro Sim full sized again if you ever need to. So the answer is; buy a Sim cutter. I bought the black one, about £5 i think.
3 Apr 2014 by paulm
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