Motorola offers $0 down, 0% financing for purchases made from its online store

Motorola offers $0 down, 0% financing for purchases made from its online store
In scoring for tennis, zero is called "love". If you carried that over to Motorola's online store, there would be plenty of love in the air. Motorola is offering $0 dollars down, 0% interest on new purchases from the online Motorola store. Instead of using a credit card, you open a credit account and have 6, or 12 months to payoff your balance. If your purchase is $549 or higher, you get 18 months to pay off your bill. And don't assume that Motorola picked that $549 figure out of its hat. That just happens to be the price of the Motorola Moto X off contract.

If you don't meet the terms of the zero percent deal, you will end up being charged 28.99% interest which gives you plenty of incentive to sray on the straight and narrow. And as they say on those late night ads, wait...there's more. Orders over $75 get free two day shipping, accessories are 30% off and if you trade in a Motorola handset, you can receive $100 off the price of the Moto X.

Yes, it sounds like Motorola is doing everything it can to get your business this holiday season, So if the Motorola Moto X or accessories for the model are on your shopping list, you might want to buy directly from Motorola and feel the "love" in the air.

source: Motorola via AndroidCentral

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Moto X

PhoneArena Score:

8.5

User Score:

9.4
  • 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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