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Motorola announces Moto X College Collection and launches special $60 discount for students

ByinSales & Special Offers | March 7, 2014

Moto X Boston CollegeIf there weren’t enough options to customize your phone through the Moto Maker website, Motorola has announced College Collection which allows you to match colors with US most popular colleges and universities. The new collection adds nine back colors and three new accent colors to the existing palette accounting for a total of 43 hues to choose from. Moreover, Motorola is also offering clear Uncommon cases with school logos printed on them allowing students to custom design their Moto X.

Moto X College Collection & Special Offer

Moto X College EditionIn addition to the College Collection, Motorola launched special discount for students. Every student aged 16 or above who registers with a valid .edu email address will be entitled to a $60 discount when purchasing the Moto X. That’s $339 for an off-contract phone. The case with a school logo costs $34.95. The regular price of the Moto X without contact is $399. If you are willing to enter into two-year relationship with a carrier, the phone will set you back $50 for AT&T or Verizon, or $100 for Sprint.

The Moto X College Collection colors and logos go with the following schools: Wisconsin, Washington, University of Illinois, Washington State, UC Berkeley, UCLA, Texas A&M, Texas U, Tennessee, Stanford, Oregon, Purdue, South Carolina, Notre Dame, Oklahoma State, Northwestern, Missouri, Nebraska, and Michigan State.

Also included on the list are Michigan, Miami, Memphis, Marshall, Louisiana State, Louisville, Kentucky, Kansas, James Madison, Gonzaga, Iowa State, Georgia, Florida, Florida State, Georgetown, Connecticut, Cincinnati, Clemson, Arkansas, Auburn, Boston College, Arizona State, Alabama, and Arizona. In its announcement Motorola used the expression “up to 40 schools and counting,” which may suggest that more option will be added in the future.

The College Collection expands already wide range of colors available through Moto Maker site. However, why stop there? You can also customize your Moto X with one of the wooden cases released last year.

more info: Motorola

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