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Prime Members: 64GB Motorola Moto G5 Plus Unlocked Phone  (w/ Offers/Ads)
$179.99
https://www.amazon.com/Moto-Plus-5th-Generation-Lockscreen/dp/B01N6NTIRH 

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  • Fast 4G LTE speed, up to 2.0 GHz octa-core processor, 4 GB of RAM, and a bright 5.2? full HD (1080p) display ensures videos and games run smoothly and look great
  • Enjoy the best of Google Android 7.0 Nougat, including Google Play Store, Google Maps, Gmail and more
  • Offers and ads, including personalized deals and recommendations, display on the phone?s lockscreen
  • Take brilliant photos with the 12 MP HD camera or snap group shots with a 5 MP wide-angle selfie cam. Add up to 128 GB of additional storage with a microSD card
  • The all-day battery includes TurboPower (TM) charging which provides up to 6 hours of use in just 15 minutes
  • Unlocked and carrier-friendly, works with all major carrier networks domestically or abroad
  • The fingerprint sensor instantly unlocks your phone
  • Prime members get unlimited access to Prime movies and TV shows, Prime Music, storage on Prime Photos, deals, and more with a pre-installed selection of Amazon apps

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Nice phone. bought it about a month ago, gonna see if they will price match me.

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Motorola has changed tethering on their unlocked phones now. The phone will query the carrier to see if you have a tethering provision on your plan. To me, this is unacceptable on a non-carrier branded unlocked phone.

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Ha good luck price matching. They usually exclude "deals" as part of their benefits.

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ew lock screen ads. Like we dont have enough commercials and ad's in our life already today. No thanks.

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Should be less than$100 with ads... psh

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I have this phone the ads are not intrusive.

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preed4963 said:   Motorola has changed tethering on their unlocked phones now. The phone will query the carrier to see if you have a tethering provision on your plan. To me, this is unacceptable on a non-carrier branded unlocked phone.
  
yea, thats uncalled for. i'll be skipping this then

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preed4963 said:   Motorola has changed tethering on their unlocked phones now. The phone will query the carrier to see if you have a tethering provision on your plan. To me, this is unacceptable on a non-carrier branded unlocked phone.
  Thanks.  Good to know.  I almost pull the trigger. Now hunt for the next unlocked phone.

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GADOM said:   I have this phone the ads are not intrusive.
  
People also say that about TV and radio commercials. Where does it stop? Next they will be offering beds that play commercials while you sleep. 

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yamafx4dude said:   
GADOM said:   I have this phone the ads are not intrusive.
  
People also say that about TV and radio commercials. Where does it stop? Next they will be offering beds that play commercials while you sleep. 

  They had ads on TV and radio for decades before cell phones were even invented.  And unlike TV or radio, these ads really are unintrusive.  For a lock screen on a smart phone or a Kindle I could care less about the ads-I rarely even notice them.  If it really bothers you pay the extra bucks to delete them.

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Pulled the trigger. Thanks.

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preed4963 said:   Motorola has changed tethering on their unlocked phones now. The phone will query the carrier to see if you have a tethering provision on your plan. To me, this is unacceptable on a non-carrier branded unlocked phone.
  Does this apply only to G5? Or they did this for G4 as well via software update? Thank you.

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I wonder, if it is "rootable" yet?

Edit: it seems like it is not yet possible to root it, but there is a hope.

 

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yamafx4dude said:   
GADOM said:   I have this phone the ads are not intrusive.
  
People also say that about TV and radio commercials. Where does it stop? Next they will be offering beds that play commercials while you sleep. 

  Yes, and people have been "saying that" about free TV since the 1950's. But you're right, I'm sure 65+ years of history is wrong and you are right: the public would rather pay full freight for content, devices, video. Wow.  With that kind of thinking, you should be in the newspaper industry right now.

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