Motorola, which was acquired by Chinese technology giant Lenovo from Google last year, sells its devices in India through ecommerce firm Flipkart.
The 4G-enabled handset is available for Rs 7,999, while the 3G version is priced at Rs 6,999.
The 4G version of the device would compete with the likes of Lenovo's A6000 (Rs 6,999), Yu's Yureka (Rs 8,999) and Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G (Rs 9,999).
According to CyberMedia Research, iPhone maker Apple was the largest 4G LTE smartphone vendor in India with a market share of 45 per cent in October-December 2014 period.
With increasing usage of data services and telecom players gearing up to offer 4G services (which provides higher speed), handset makers are also lining up devices at affordable price points to tap the opportunity.

The new Moto E 4G is available exclusively through online marketplace Flipkart.      

Running on Android's latest Lollipop operating system, the 4G handset sports a 4.5-inch screen and comes with a 5-megapixel rear camera. The handset has a 2,390 mAh battery.
With the new Moto E, users gets Moto experiences like Moto Display for notifications and updates as well as Moto Migrate to easily transfer contacts, photos and videos to their new handset.
Motorola sells four handsets —- Moto E, Moto G, Moto X and Moto Turbo in India. It has already unveiled the second generation of Moto G and Moto X devices here.