Motorola smartphones are known for their intelligent design, reliability, and value. You’ll get all that and more from the latest Motorola we’ve added to our device selection.

Boasting significant upgrades for 2021, the new Motorola Moto G Power smartphone comes loaded with important essentials, all at a very affordable price of just $150. For starters, it’s been purposefully named—the Moto G Power comes with a robust 5,000 mAh battery capable of delivering up to three days use on a single charge, as well as 10W rapid charging to ley you quickly charge up on the go.

That battery life comes in especially handy for all you can do with this phone. A 6.6” Max Vision high definition display adds vivid color and big-screen pleasure to every task, especially viewing photos, full-HD videos, or playing games. Unlike traditional displays, Max Vision provides maximum viewing with a 20:9 aspect ratio, fully immersing you in the experience.

You can take amazing photos with a 48MP triple rear-camera that includes wide angle, portrait, and close up lenses as well as digital zoom. Plus, there’s an 8MP front-facing camera for crystal clear selfies.

The Moto G Power is driven by a 2.0GHz octa-core processor for ultra-responsive performance, with 64GB of internal storage expandable up to a whopping 1TB by adding a microSD card (sold separately).  

If you’re in the market for exceptional smartphone performance at a mid-level price, the Moto G Power is a terrific choice. You can purchase it today for $150, and or by using our interest-free EasyPay financing—pay $10 down, then the remaining balance is conveniently added to your monthly wireless bill to be paid in installments with 0% interest.  Get started with the Motorola Moto G Power online, or by contacting customer service at (888) 345-5510.


  1. Sandra Smith says

    I need a new phone but I am afraid I’ll lose everything in my present phone. I’ve purchased my phones through Consumer Cellular and have always been pleased.

    reply to Sandra

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      Hi Sandra, when you switch phones the information on your previous phone doesn’t get erased unless you reset the device. We’re happy to help with transferring your information over if you give us a call at 888-345-5509 or chat with us here.

      reply to Nicole

  2. Mina Hart says

    I purchased a g power quite a while ago and have tried many times to transfer my files from my Samsung J3 with no luck whatsoever. I an sordy I didnt stay with a samsung but I liked a camera on the g power. I will give it one more try and if I cant transfer over, who can I call to get help walking me thru the file transfer? HELP PLEASE!

    reply to Mina

  3. Maria Cintron says

    How much would my bill
    Run up to

    reply to Maria

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      Hi Maria, you shouldn’t see an increase in your bill unless you purchase the Motorola Moto G Power on EasyPay, which is an additional $10 a month for the payment plan.

      reply to Nicole

  4. Geraldine A Suekut says

    I’m not very good on cell phone would I be able to learn how to use it?

    I like the three day battery and I like all the it can do

    reply to Geraldine

  5. Geraldine A Suekut says

    What stores you at and wear?

    reply to Geraldine

  6. Linda Clay says

    I have a phone from Metro. I want to switch over with Comsura cellar. I have a lot of information on my current pay.Will consumer be able to transfer it?

    reply to Linda

    • Hi Linda, we appreciate your interest in our service! If your phone is unlocked from the provider, is GSM-compatible, and VoLTE capable, it may work on our network. We can’t guarantee compatibility for all models, but we’ll do all that we can to see if we can get that connected for you.

      reply to Jacob

  7. Jim says

    We’ve had nothing but good luck with Motorola phones, especially the G Power. It’s a great phone for the price, we both have them now. I’ve had the G series since the G4.

    reply to Jim

  8. Michael Dudek says

    sounds like a good price for a smartphone

    reply to Michael

  9. Kim Hartley says

    I recently purchased a MOTO G Power and have lost the SIM Key. How can I get a replacement. Also, is there a hard copy if the user manual available? It’s too difficult to read the print on my phone.

    Thank you for your kind attention.

    reply to Kim

    • Hi Kim, thanks for your questions! We don’t have replacement SIM keys as they’re not provided to us, but you can use something like a paperclip to poke the SIM tray out if needed. We don’t have physical copies of the manual, we only offer the PDF option which can be found on our website here along with the how-to videos for the phone as well.

      reply to Jacob

  10. Karen Fein says

    I got the new phone and am paying it at $10 a month. Can I stop the payments and just pay the whole thing off in full now? Please let me know. Thank you.

    reply to Karen

  11. Mary says

    does the Moto G have the compatibility needed to continue our service uninterrupted?

    reply to Mary

  12. Ellis Klenotic says

    Do you have another “flip phone” w/4G,5G service to replace the “440 doro”? I have tried to adjust to the smartphones. Not at all comfortable. Must I turn to Jitterbug?? Help. Thanks

    reply to Ellis

  13. Laura says

    Can a samsung phone be transfered over to this

    reply to Laura

    • Hi Laura, thanks for your interest in our service! If your Samsung phone is unlocked from other providers, is GSM-compatible, and VoLTE capable, it may work on our network. We can’t guarantee compatibility for all models, but we will do all we can to see if we can get it connected for you.

      reply to Jacob

  14. Karen Newmark says

    I don’t seem to have the correct Password for my voice mail. It’s imperative that I get help ASAP.

    reply to Karen

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      Hi Karen, you can reset your voicemail password through our automated system at 888-373-1777. When calling, just choose Customer Service to get to the Self Service options. From there, you can say “Other Options”, and then “I forgot my voicemail password”. If you have any trouble, you can also be connected with an agent.

      reply to Nicole

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