Your Moto G7 Power is on Republic’s certified list for 5.0 bring your own phones:
What that means is, according to AT&T, your Moto should have WiFi calling on Republic’s new plans. AT&T is Republic’s network partner for its new 5.0 plans.
Given you mention being dependent on WiFi calling at home, I’m hesitant to suggest you move to 5.0 without first testing your Moto G7 Power for yourself. Doing so is possible but not as straightforward as I or Republic would like. Please keep in mind, 5.0 is all of 4 days old and your My Choice plan is grandfathered so moving to 5.0 is entirely optional for you. You might consider waiting a bit. Once some of us have 5.0 SIMs in our hands, more information will become available. If still interested in checking out 5.0 sooner rather than later, here’s what I suggest:
- Order a 5.0 SIM from a newly created account. For now, a new account is needed anyway though Republic is working on making it possible to migrate to 5.0 using an existing account in the next couple of weeks.
- Upon receipt, activate the 5.0 SIM accepting a new number rather than moving your current Republic number.
- Test WiFi calling and cellular coverage with your Moto G7 Power. Since 5.0 coverage is provided on AT&T’s network, you may find you now have cellular coverage.
If you are happy with the results on 5.0, cancel the new SIM leveraging Republic’s 30-day money back guarantee, then order a new SIM for the purpose of migrating from My Choice to 5.0.
If not happy with the results on 5.0, cancel the new SIM leveraging Republic’s 30-day money back guarantee and stick with My Choice unless and until ready to upgrade your phone.