EXCLUSIVE: Reliance Bringing Moto G CDMA Version To India Under Zero Plan EMI Scheme

Looks like we can’t get enough of Motorola related news today on TelecomTalk. We have discovered (via a tipster) that Reliance is in a plan to offer the CDMA version of the ultra-popular Motorola Moto G in India under its ZERO PLAN EMI scheme.

According to the details found on the official portal of Reliance Communication, this Moto G will be an 8GB version and a non SIM based device. Consumers will be able to buy this device with either 6-months or 12-months EMI scheme with zero down payment. This is a similar offer to what Reliance started with the Apple iPhone 5S.

Reliance Moto G CDMA Version Zero Plan EMI Scheme

Reliance Offering Moto G CDMA Version Under The Zero Plan EMI Scheme

Not only this, Reliance will also offer a bunch of other high end Android smartphones from Samsung, Motorola and LG to its CDMA users. Here are all the devices which will be offered.

  1. Samsung Galaxy S3
  2. Samsung Galaxy Note 2
  3. Samsung Galaxy S4
  4. Motorola Moto G 8GB
  5. Motorola RAZR M
  6. Motorola RARZ HD
  7. Motorola DROID Ultra
  8. Motorola DROID MINI
  9. LG G2 32GB

We have tried calling and knowing more details about this plan through Reliance Customer care but looks like even they don’t have much details about it.

Reliance Zero Plan Details:
Unlimited voice local and STD incoming and outgoing calls both in home network and while roaming, unlimited local and national SMS within the 3000 SMS limit as per TRAI and unlimited data usage. There is no cap on monthly local/STD voice and data usage.

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September 2, 2014 3:44 am 3:44 AM

moto g useable in mts cdma network…?

May 22, 2014 7:00 pm 7:00 PM

How to use Motorola Moto G CDMA on reliance. I have a reliance cdma sim. How do i convert it to non sim based no. to be used in Moto G CDMA. Reliance Web World does not help.

April 22, 2014 9:56 am 9:56 AM

The phone without the zero plan is available on eBay for rs 10000, recently bought it for my dad. For regular users it’s better to buy from eBay and use with 94 rs recharge voucher. For power users the zero plan makes sense. If you calculate the difference in the price of the phone on eBay and the total amount you pay through installments, you end up paying rs 1000 per month for the zero plan.

April 22, 2014 11:24 am 11:24 AM

I have ordered this phone through rshop (Girnar Newtel) on 12.04.2014. Till date I have not got the device. They have charged Rs 13490 for moto G.

April 22, 2014 10:13 pm 10:13 PM

What is their response if you try calling them regarding the despatch anand.