Motorola’s Cyber Monday deal on the Moto X was undoubtedly one of the hottest offers that day. At least until it became impossible to execute. The $150 discount on the contract free customizable version of the Moto X proved increased the demand for the phone to a much higher level than Motorola anticipated. After all, it is not every day that you can get a device of Moto X’s class for $349.99 and free of any carrier obligations. Sadly, technology, or rather its limitations, won this time.
There is no doubt that Black Friday is the biggest shopping event of the year. However, as ‘hard’ as it is to believe, there are some people who don’s find any pleasure in squeezing through crowds and waiting long hours in huge lines at stores, even if it means getting the smartphone of your dreams at incredibly low price. With those customers in mind, Cyber Monday was invented. The idea is similar to Black Friday, the main difference being that you can take advantage of the deals mostly online.
Black Friday is undoubtedly the happiest day of the year for most retailers, thanks to huge crowds of customers visiting stores. Speaking of crowds, this is obviously a downside of this otherwise cheerful day. Fret not, though. Even if you miss out on Black Friday sales because all this pushing, long lines and impatient folks breathing down your neck, another big even is just around the corner. December 2nd is Cyber Monday – the happiest day for those customers who prefer to shop online sitting comfortably on their couches.
Most smartphone makers allow some degree of personalization for they phones. In most cases you can choose from a limited number of color options and sometimes even storage. The Moto X is by far the most customizable phone you can image allowing you to pick up the color of the back plate, the rims and buttons, your own wallpaper and even a personal engraving on the back. This kind of freedom costs, obviously. However, if you can live with a run-of-the-mill black or white model, Amazon Wireless has a deal that would be extremely difficult to decline.
This week Republic Wireless announced the availability of the Moto X, thus becoming the last carrier to provide support for the device. It took the carrier some time to get hold of the phone, but for sure it was worth the wait. Republic Wireless is offering the Moto X at the cheapest price of just $299 unlocked and contract-free. Compared to off-contract price set by other US carriers, Republic Wireless’ offer wins hands down.
There is no other phone that offers more personal experience than the Moto X phone. Thanks to the unique Moto Maker website you can have your device exactly the way you like it, from the color of the body, through the wallpaper, down to your very own text engraved on the back panel. Earlier this week AT&T lost exclusivity on the customization feature allowing customers across all major carriers to enjoy designing their phones. If you are on Verizon Wireless, there is more good news.
We are happy to report that now you can customize your new Moto X regardless of which major carrier you are on. At launch, the feature was available only to AT&T users. Earlier speculations suggested that AT&T exclusivity would end some time in November. Later rumors hinted the November 11th as the date that Verizon would be added to Moto Maker. It turns out that the rumors were true and starting today you can pick up your very personalized Moto X from Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, and also AT&T.
One of the Moto X key features is that you can customize the phone according to your preferences. This is done through the Moto Maker website where you can choose the color of the backplate and the rim separately, decide on personal engraving on the back and upload a wallpaper of your choosing. The feature, however, is exclusive to AT&T carrier, at least for the time being. While the standard Moto X has seen price cuts on Best Buy and Amazon, the AT&T customizable version was priced at $199.99.
Yesterday we reported that Best Buy started offering the Moto X at a new, lower price. Now Verizon Wireless customers have one more retailer to choose from if they want to grab the Moto X for half of its original price. Amazon has cut the price down by 50% and is currently selling the phone for just $99.99. In other words, you will be left with $100 more in your wallet that if you bought the phone directly from the carrier. Of course, Big Red will want you to sign a 2-year pact. Both, new and existing Verizon customers can take advantage of the deal.
A month and a half after its launch, the much anticipated Moto X has seen a significant discount. Actually, it is not the first price cut on Motorola’s latest offering. As we reported earlier, the first carrier to offer the phone at a lower price was Rogers in Canada, where the device received a new price tag just two weeks after its release. US users were also able to get the handset for less money via Amazon online store. At that time the deal was good for Sprint customers only, but this time the new lower price is also available for AT&T and Verizon customers.
Motorola made us was quite a bit for its latest offering, the Moto X. When the phone finally hit the market, many impatient customers rushed to stores to grab their unit. And who can blame them? However, if you were not one on them, you now have a chance to get the Moto X for Sprint at a very attractive price. The only thing you have to do is head to Amazon Wireless website instead of the carrier’s store to order your phone.
Sprint and US Cellular join the fun and launches Moto X phone with discount prices for new subscribers
The Moto X continues its rollout through the US carriers. The phone has been available from AT&T and Verizon for over two weeks and now it is time for Sprint and US Cellular to join in the fun. Regular price at Sprint is set at the same level as AT&T and Verizon, that is $199.99 with a two-year contract. However, if you fulfill certain conditions, you will be able to get the phone at a much lower price. All you have to do is port your number from another carrier and Sprint will cut $100 of Moto X’s price, offering you the device for $99.99.
That was quick. No more than just a few short weeks have passed since the Moto X arrived at the stores and we are already witnessing price cuts. At the moment, the process is taking place only in Canada, but anyway, it is a good sign. Rogers, the first carrier to offer the Moto X in North America, has dropped the price down to $169 from the regular $189. Several retailers, including Best Buy, are even more generous and are selling the phone for $149, which is $40 off the initial price. According to @evleaks Motorola’s Moto X might see even $100 price cut in four quarter of this year.
Without any delays Verizon’s variant of the Motorola Moto X is up for grabs in the carrier’s online store, just as we expected. The phone is priced at $199.99 with a two-year service agreement. If you are no fan of contracts, the device can be purchased with month to month service, in which case it costs $599.99. The good news is, that you can bring the price down by $60 and get the phone cheaper. All you have to do is use Verizon coupon codes FIFTYRMN and VERIZON30.
Ladies and gentlemen, it is a great pleasure to inform you that the much anticipated Moto X phone is already available from AT&T’s store. The long period of rumors and speculations is finally over and you can get your hands on Motorola’s flagship smartphone for 2013. As most phones of such tier, the 16GB Moto X costs $199.99 with a new two-year contract. If you prefer the handset with month to month service, the price will go up to $579.99.
Good news for US Cellular customers. The carrier is now accepting pre-orders for the the new Moto X smartphone that was unveiled last Thursday. Along with the new offer, the carrier offers two interesting deals that will help you to save few bucks with the “Switcher Bonus” and get even a free bluetooth headset. The 16GB version of the Moto X phone is set up at price of $199.99 if you signed 2 year contract with the carrier. However, if you would like to get the phone without any commitment you will need to shell out $699.
Everybody agree that having information from the key source is the best way to receive a credible information, like this one coming directly from chief executive officer. The CEO of Motorola Mobility, Dennis Woodside turned tides in an interview with CNET, revealing that there will be a cheaper version of the Moto X phone coming to the market in a few months. The exact launch date wasn’t announced yet, however, promising details of Motorola‘s plans regarding Moto X lineup have been unveiled.
Motorola’s Moto X phone is now official and is right around the corner from hitting the shelves. It will arrive with unique responsiveness in the Touchless Control feature, a tailored curve in its body designed to fit your hand, and Moto Maker – an online studio which allows you to decide on design details for your device. It has been beamed down from heaven to guide you to a more convenient way of living with your handset.
A picture is worth a thousand words. Sometimes people let this phrase slip by them, let me explain, isn’t it obvious that a picture is worth a thousand words because a picture decomposed has a handful of components to make up that picture such as: hair color, shirt, face expression, posture, etc. The beauty in images, is in the details, so I try to never let the details slip by—it’s the little things that matter. In the case of the Moto X image, mid-range specifications, and features being revealed in news reports, we have visual aids as well.
It is unimaginably hard to not want the Moto X phone, simply because good press reports are hard to come by, the PR backing the Moto X sell the phone more than the phone sells itself. This is normally the case, as we are prone to be drawn towards attraction, great press reports capitalize off of flashy word play, excitement, and it was a simple line-hook-sinker! When the announcement for the Moto X hit the world? August 1st in New York, will be the day.