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Good question my friend..I dont know if u have to register or not..the imei should do..I havnt registered mine also...best to ring them I think..
21 Jan 2015 by S. Naik
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Is it unlocked? 19 Jan 2015
Yes it is and its a great phone for very little money would recommend.
20 Jan 2015 by mal45c
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yes no problems
20 Jan 2015 by Mr. Douglas Bowyer
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is the 4G version 19 Jan 2015
Yes it is a sim- free smartphone and can take a combi sim ( combines standard & micro sim) or nano sim and can get 4 g hope this answers your question
19 Jan 2015 by Sunnyskies
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nope
19 Jan 2015 by Dr. J. M. Lavric
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yes http://www.gsmarena.com/motorola_moto_g-5831.php
15 Jan 2015 by Chad Thomas Longanecker
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Very technical question (VERY few people know this...) I had to ask my son - hope this answers your question! Global GSM Model: GSM/GPRS/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz) UMTS/HSPA+ up to 21 Mbps (850, 900, 1900, 2100 MHz)
15 Jan 2015 by June Weaver
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No it doesn't but the 2nd generation moto g has. I back up my music and photo's to google drive to save space on my moto g 1st gen
11 Jan 2015 by Nick Foster
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Countries in the South Americas use GSM-900 or GSM-1800, some others use three: GSM-850/900/1900, GSM-850/1800/1900, GSM-900/1800/1900 or GSM-850/900/1800. Soon some countries will use GSM-850/900/1800/1900 MHz like the Dominican Republic, Trinidad & Tobago and Venezuela. in short, Yes it should work on current and upcoming frequencies.
11 Dec 2014 by Chad Thomas Longanecker
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