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Republic Wireless now selling 32GB Moto X and offers Moto Maker support

ByinAnnouncements | April 1, 2014

Moto X Republic WirelessIn November 2013, Republic Wireless added the Moto X phone to its portfolio of Android smartphones. The model in stock was limited to standard, non customizable version, and 16GB memory option, which could be quite a bit of problem since the handset does not feature expandable memory card support. After six months it is about the time that the carrier should refresh its offer and it seems that today is the day. Republic Wireless just announced that they are now selling Motorola Moto X with 32GB memory and in addition to that it began offering the Moto Maker support.

Moto X with Moto Maker for Republic Wireless

Moto X Moto MakerThanks to Moto Maker support, Republic Wireless customers can take advantage of the full set of customization options available for Moto X phone. Subscribers can now choose everything thru Motorola’s Moto Maker website beginning from the front, back panel, and accent hues, engraving and the wooden back covers.

As of the pricing, the Moto X with Moto Maker will cost you $349.99 for the 16GB model and $399.99 for the 32GB model. Since the Republic Wireless offers prepaid service, the phones are sold without contract and the service cost begins at just $5 per month and goes up to $40 per month for unlimited talk, text and 4G data.

If you are considering getting yourself the Moto X with unique wood back plate that will cost you $25 extra. The wooden plates are available in Walnut, Bamboo, Ebony, and Teak wood finishes. If you think that $25 for the wooden back covers is too much, you may get it today for free. Here is the deal.

As part of a special promotion, Motorola will be giving the first 2,000 orders the wooden back upgrade at no cost – for free. In order to take advantage of the offer you need to sign up at Motorola page (link is located below). Sign ups will begin today at 11:00 AM EST. Good luck!

more info: Motorola / Republic Wireless

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