Let me break this down. First off, if your X2 is NOT a Republic version of the X2, you cannot bring it to Republic, so, no, you cannot bring your X2 to Republic. Please see this article: Can I Bring My Moto X2 to Republic Wireless? – Republic Help . With that being said, I will break down the numbering. When you see 1.0 and 2.0, those are referring to Republic’s first two initial plan offerings. 1.0 plans were unlimited plans and users cannot activate new lines on the unlimited plans. 2.0 refers to Republics second generation plans known as Refund plans. These plans refund you for unused data. You can still activate new lines on the Refund plans. However, the phone selection for the 1.0 and 2.0 plans is limited to the following phones: Moto X1, Moto X2, Moto G1, Moto G3, Moto E1, and the Moto E2. Republic no longer sells these phones and they must be bough from third-parties (like eBay or Swappa). If you choose to buy them used, you must make sure they are Republic versions and not factory unlocked versions.
Republic offers plans with 1gb of data, but not unlimited data afterwards. I would recommend buying a phone from this list . You can either buy these phones from Republic or buy them used and bring them to Republic. These phones operate on a newer plan structure just introduced in the last month. The plans are a great deal. The base price for unlimited talk and text is $15 and every GB of data you buy is $5 a gig (so if you wanted 1gb of data, it would be $20. 2gb of data would be $25). If you run out of data mid-cycle, you can buy another gb for $5 (which expires at the end of the cycle). I hope that helps! Feel free to ask anymore questions .