Republic Wireless has formally unveiledRelay, which is basically a screenless smart walkie talkie that both very young kids and their parents can use to keep in touch with each other. The mobile virtual network operator (read our 2017 review of the company) has specifically designed the device for children who will soon become first time smartphone owners in the next few years.
Today’s smart speakers are usually primarily designed for amplifying music and allowing users to manage their home controls, and not so much about taking care of phone calls. Mobile virtual network operator Republic Wireless, however, is building a smart speaker that is focused on phone calls.
Enter the Anywhere HQ -- an LTE ready smart speaker that people can use mainly to make phone calls, and for good measure, also provide verbal instructions to. Similar to how Google’s Home and Amazon’s Echo works, Republic Wireless’ Anywhere HQ can be activated by using a specific command phrase.
Last weekend, mobile virtual network operator Republic Wireless announced by way of a post in its forums that it has plans to open a pop up retail store right in the heart of downtown Raleigh, the capital city of the state of North Carolina by this fall. This would officially mark the first time that the carrier is erecting a physical outlet for its customers, and quite fittingly, it has chosen to do so in its home state.
Just this week, mobile virtual network operator Republic Wireless has decided to unveil a new promotional deal, and one that is aimed for students -- or more accurately, for parents who are looking to purchase a mobile device for their kids just in time for the start of the new school year. Basically, this latest special offer from the MVNO runs for an entire week (until August 6th), and features Motorola's Moto E4, free mobile service, and some other bundled items, for a very good price.
Mobile virtual network operator Republic Wireless has officially announced that it is now offering Motorola’s Moto E4 at a price of $99 (or $17 a month with financing from Affirm). The newest addition to Motorola’s Moto E lineup of affordable smartphone devices had made its debut just a little more than a couple of weeks ago.
Republic Wireless has an exciting deal for new customers who decide to switch to its network and bring their Android powered mobile devices with them -- half a year of free mobile service. This latest special offer from the mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) is made available only from May 16th until May 22nd of this month (or while supplies last), and only to interested parties who currently own an eligible Android run smartphone device.
Republic Wireless has decided to offer six full months of service absolutely free of charge to its current and new customers. This free service deal already comes with unlimited voice calls, texting, and a gigabyte of data. Like most special offers, this new one from the mobile virtual network operator comes with a caveat -- it is only made available to mobile users who are purchasing either Motorola’s Moto Z Play or Huawei’s Ascend 5W.
This year, it appears that mobile virtual network operator Republic Wireless is not too keen on Black Friday. Instead, the carrier will be unleashing Taco Tuesday, which will see the MVNO offer a range of special deals November 29th (the Tuesday right after Black Friday, hence the name). It might turn out to be a wise decision, especially for somebody like Republic Wireless, who might be better off choosing its battles carefully. Year after year, the Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping frenzy is getting more crowded, and for an MVNO, offering special deals a day after the storm might not be so bad.
The prevailing news this week is the recent unveiling of Google’s latest smartphone offerings -- the Pixel and the Pixel XL. These devices are the first smartphones to have support for the tech giant’s cool and conversational Google Assistant feature.
Republic Wireless has revealed that it is expanding its existing mobile plans by adding brand new options starting at $15 a month. The mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) is shifting its service from CDMA only (on the network of major US wireless carrier Sprint) to GSM inclusive. What this means for mobile users is that they will now find it easier to bring their own handsets to the all new mobile plans.
The added options are dubbed Clear Choice plans, and are only made available to smartphones that are compatible with Republic Wireless’ GSM partner. The plans are listed below:
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