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We've reviewed a wide range of Motorola phones available in Australia to help you find the best option for you.
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Fast Motorola phone facts
- Motorola developed the very first commercial mobile phone back in 1983 and played a pivotal role in establishing the cellular infrastructure the modern mobile phone industry is built on.
- In 2011, Motorola separated its smartphone manufacturing business from the rest of the company. It first sold this to Google which went on to sell it to Lenovo, the current owner of the Motorola handset brand.
Shopping for a Motorola smartphone can be quite a formidable task. Motorola is one of the most prolific manufacturers in the modern market with more than a dozen different handsets lining store shelves, and it's not always clear what differentiates them or why you should pick one over another.
Fortunately, demystifying the many options is a simple matter of knowing what to look for. Below, you'll find a primer on the key features to consider when comparing Motorola smartphones. Armed with this information, you should have no trouble finding the handset best suited to your mobile life.
Looking for a Motorola phone on a plan?
Aussie telcos tend to focus on premium smartphones with their contract plans, leveraging the appeal of paying a $1,000 handset off in smaller instalments to sell their mobile services. As such, you won't find many of Motorola's budget smartphones available on contract here in Australia.
However, you can buy a Motorola phone outright and connect it to a SIM-only plan. Check out the table below to compare postpaid SIM-only plans:
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