There's a new Moto G, but it's only 3G at the moment. 3G just won't cut it for AT&T, so the carrier will soon be selling the old Moto G with LTE. It's still a very capable phone, though, and the pricing isn't bad at $179.99 sans contract. That's a little cheaper than the Amazon price.

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The Moto G LTE has a 4.5-inch 720p LCD, a Snapdragon 400 processor, and 8GB of storage. This looks like the same device on AT&T, but there's a carrier logo on the back. The Moto G has swappable back shells, so that ought to be easy to fix. You might also need to put up with a few junk apps on the device itself.

If the $180 off-contract price is too steep, there's always Next 18 for $7.50 per month or Next 12 for $9 per month. A one-year contract lowers the price to $79.99.

[AT&T Blog, Moto G LTE]