Check Out These Year-End Deals From Motorola
Just in time for the holidays, Motorola is introducing some exciting year-end deals this week.
First off, Motorola is announcing that the Moto X 2014 edition offered at Verizon Wireless will now be priced at just $49.99. Buyers who decide to get the Motorola device from now until December 31st on a two-year Verizon plan will be able to enjoy savings of $50 from the regular subsidized price of $99.99.
The 2nd generation version of the Moto X smartphone is also offered on a Verizon Edge early upgrade plan on a month-to-month basis (without contract) for $0 down and regular payments of $20.83 per month for a period of two years (24 months).
To refresh, the Moto X 2014 edition smartphone features a 5.2-inch display screen with 1080p resolution. It is fitted with a 13-megapixel camera on the rear and features a 2,300 mAh battery. The device is powered by a 2.5 GigaHertz Snapdragon 801 SoC processor and is supported by 2 gigabytes of random access memory (RAM) and 16 gigabytes of internal storage. Although the handset currently runs on Android 4.4.4, the Moto X 2014 is set to be updated to Android 5.0 Lollipop very, very soon.
As for those who want to purchase their smartphones right there and then, Motorola is offering them the #MotoCheer promo for customers who decide to buy through Motorola's online store. In this promo, customers can enjoy $50 off of any purchased item worth $350 or more, and $100 off of any purchased item worth $500 or more.
For instance, if you go and buy a Moto X 2014 smartphone that costs $499.99, you will be able to buy it for a price of only $449.99. But wait -- $499.99 is just a cent from reaching $500, should it be covered within the next tier (savings of $100). Well, if you really want to get the $100 discount, you can just add in an accessory so that you can enjoy more savings.
Now remember that the $50 and $100 online discount does not only apply to the Moto X 2014 device. It is also good for other Motorola devices (and accessories) available from Motorola's online store, including even the Google Nexus 6 (developed by Google in collaboration with Motorola).