Get $100 to $125 off the Motorola Moto X on Moto Maker through July 23rd
Moto Maker is one of the banner features currently available for those that want a Moto X, customize your phone to match your personal fashion sense with a myriad of design options and storage capacities, 16GB, 32GB, and now 64GB.
The Moto X is distinct not because of some monster processor under the hood, or super-high-resolution screen. There is no crazy user interface full the gills of functionality, in fact, it is almost a pure-stock Android experience. Despite that, the Motorola Moto X has a lot going for it, even among the Android purists.
The Moto X is distinct for its voice controls and the level of functionality it is able to deliver without lifting a finger, even when the phone is asleep. It is also easy to use with one hand since it has a smaller-than-average 4.7-inch display. Another feather in the Moto X’s cap is that Motorola has been relentless in keeping the operating system up to date, putting it well ahead of the competition except for the Nexus and Google Play Edition devices.
The pricing of the Moto X has never been overly aggressive either, and now you can get $100 off a 16GB model, or $125 off a 32GB and 64GB flavor of the device. To get the discount, simply enter MBXISMOT as a coupon-code during check-out and you could get a Moto X for the carrier of your choice at a healthy discount. That could mean a SIM-free 16GB Moto X for just $300. However, the real deal is with the 64GB and 32GB unlocked models, which could be yours, brand new, for just $375 or $325 respectively.
The discount code is valid through July 23rd.
Motorola Moto X
via: Android Authority
1. RoundhouseMcGee (Posts: 165; Member since: 25 May 2014)
Really wish more manufacturers would offer something like this. Great phone, great concept.
5. 0xFFFF (Posts: 2962; Member since: 16 Apr 2014)
Too bad the Moto X didn't have these discounts and these storage capacities at launch.
Probably too much Google influence -- they really hate phones with a lot of storage, SD cards, and anything else that keeps data away from their servers.
6. Gawain (Posts: 353; Member since: 15 Apr 2010)
The Nexus 5 has up to 32GB, and the Moto X was the same - both with no SD cards. I see your point, but 32GB without an SD card is not terrible. Even the LG G2 is like that, and that is one outstanding device.
7. Mxyzptlk (limited) (Posts: 3510; Member since: 21 Apr 2012)
Still think it's a tad overpriced. If Motorola offered these prices from the start it would be a decent deal.
9. VZWuser76 (Posts: 1352; Member since: 04 Mar 2010)
And how much is a comparable full priced iPhone, 5s or 5c? You can't compare subsidized price and full retail.
11. Scott93274 (Posts: 868; Member since: 06 Aug 2013)
You can get the phone for free from some carriers. So please, enough with the "It costs too much comments"
10. WinDroid (Posts: 77; Member since: 20 May 2014)
Still too expensive. Make it 250 for the 64 gb model and I'll bite
12. thunder18 (Posts: 114; Member since: 06 Aug 2009)
Code does not appear to work unless you're buying off contract. Still a great deal even without the discount.