Replacing VOIP home phone with additional Republic line and extended home device

We have a legacy (VOIP) home phone number we want to keep and it looks like it would be a better deal to do that with an additional line from Republic plus the new extended home device. I still have an old Moto G phone (XT1031) but it isn’t listed as being supported. Do I really need to get another phone or is there a way to use the old MotoG?

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Hi @peterv.oqhty6,

The old Moto G (XT1031) is not compatible with Extend Home.

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I do find several 3.0 and (Extend Home) elgible phones listed in the $65-200 range on the Republic Wireless Swappa page where they have partnered to bring used 3.0 phones to our users

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OK, thanks for the quick response, on to plan B!

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Yes, I see that. Thanks for the quick response!

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I don’t know if this is against the rules or not…I assume not…
However you could activate the old Moto G (assuming you can) and buy one of those Bluetooth cordless phones and pair it. Just leave the moto G plugged in and on all the time.

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It is not, and depending on the OPs needs it may work as a solution. The primary differences would be that the phone has to be at home for the “home phone” to work.

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