AT&T cuts the price of the Moto Maker bred Motorola Moto X to $99.99 on contract

AT&T cuts the price of the Moto Maker bred Motorola Moto X to $99.99 on contract
While there have been other price cuts for the Motorola Moto X to $99.99 from Best Buy and Amazon, those were for the standard version of the phone. Those who want to customize their Moto X could not take advantage of that price point. That is, until now. Head over to the Moto Maker web site (click on the sourcelink), and with a signed two-year contract, you can design your own AT&T Motorola Moto X for the discounted price.

Besides the discount, those who order the Moto X from the Moto Maker site also receive a free Motorola Skip. This is a clip that you can attach to your belt that offers NFC connectivity and allows you to unlock your Moto X with a touch of the phone to the Skip. The accessory normally ships for $19.99. And speaking of shipping, it is free when you order your handset from the site.

The Motorola Moto X is chock full of features such as touchless controls which allow you to access Google Now with just your voice, the 10MP Clear Pixel camera that opens with a twist of the wrist and the active display notifications that are sent to a small potion of your display; to save battery life, they do not display until you move the phone or flip it from back to front.
 
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source: MotoMaker via AndroidAuthority

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Moto X
  • Display 4.7 inches
    1280 x 720 pixels
  • Camera 10 MP (Single camera)
    2 MP front
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro
    2GB RAM
  • Storage 16GB,
  • Battery 2200 mAh
  • OS Android 5.1 Lollipop

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