Phones4U has claimed first dibs on the bargain handset making it available for £150 (plus a £10 top up) on pay as you go, or for £160 up front on a SIM free deal.
Contracts start from as little as £19 with a free device thrown in for good measure.
Other retailers including Amazon, Clove, Play.com and MobileFun are all listing the 8GB device, ahead of a wide June 30 release date, SIM-free from £160.
The upgraded version of the Moto G allows storage to be expanded by 32GB with a Micro SD card, while the opportunity to obtain faster mobile data speeds could be a big pull for smartphone buyers looking for a bargain.
The 3G version of the device is available from around £130 SIM free, so the £30 up front boost will be tempting for sure.
The 4.5-inch Moto G has been a revelation since arriving on the scene late last year, bringing mid-to-high end specs for an unprecedentedly low cost, reshaping the smartphone market in the process.
Via GSM Arena
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