I have a Moto G7 on a my choice talk & text plan. I want to purchase the Moto G Power (2021) from the Republic Wireless store. Will it be as simple as taking the SIM card out of the Moto G7 and putting it in the Moto G Power?
Same question for purchasing the Moto G Play (2021).
I understand that buying a phone from Republic comes ready, but Republic doesn’t have the Moto X that I want to replace with. I have one that I bought from Republic but it is on it’s way out. If I buy one from a different supplier will it work if I place the sim card I already have into the new phone? Then follow the steps to activate it?
Please see if the following helps with determining if your current SIM would move to a new compatible phone:
I see you mention a Moto X. There are 4 generations of the Moto X supported by Republic. Due to forthcoming cellular network changes, the 1st and 2nd generation Moto X can no longer be activated with Republic. The 3rd generation Moto X (a/k/a the Moto X Pure) and the 4th generation Moto X may still be activated but are also older phones (2016 and 2017 respectively). It may not be possible to source a new 3rd or 4th generation Moto X though it would be possible to activate a previously used 3rd or 4th generation Moto X. Again, it is not possible to activate a 1st or 2nd generation Moto X with Republic.
Indeed, phone manufacturers have largely decided what folks want is ever larger phones. I’ll admit once one adjusts to a phone with a larger screen, it is nice to have. Perhaps, this Community resource would help with an idea of phone dimensions:
If perusing that list seems overwhelming, might we start with confirming the brand, model and generation of the phone you currently use with Republic? I’m guessing it’s a Moto X, however, knowing the generation would help us better help you.