Initially, we did not even know if the smartphone would be launched in Spain, and in those circumstances it seemed even difficult to determine if the operators would sell it, obviously. However, now the situation is very different, and many operators have already chosen to include it in their catalog as a method to attract customers. To the list that Movistar, Yoigo and Simyo were already on, Orange and Amena have been added later. Now it is the turn of ONO, which also chooses to market the Motorola Moto G, offering it in some financing modalities. You can pay the mobile in installments, being able to choose between 12 or 24 installments.
The final price of the smartphone, which we will have paid when all the installments end, will be 217.80 euros (VAT included), which will also include an official Motorola case for the smartphone, and only in cases of portability to the operator . If it is a new registration, we are talking about a price of 240.20 euros (VAT included).
In the case of portability, those who choose to pay it in 24 months will have to make an initial disbursement of 72.60 euros, and a monthly payment of 6.05 euros for two years. If you choose to pay it in 12 months, you have to make the same initial payment, although the monthly payment is doubled, reaching 12.10 euros. On the other hand, they can also choose not to make any initial payment, which causes the monthly payments to become 9.08 euros, or 18.15 euros, depending on whether they choose to pay in 12 or 24 months, respectively. If you opt for the new registration, the initial payment is what varies, becoming 96.80 euros.
The prices of the Motorola Moto G with ONO are somewhat more expensive than the free price of the terminal, which costs about 180 euros in its 8 GB version. However, it allows users to pay for it in installments, which can be quite a facility.