Motorola ‘Try Then Buy’ Program for Moto X 64 GB

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Motorola's Moto X Deal

Motorola’s big promotional program; Moto X in a 64 GB version is available under “try then buy” program.

The program is itself started today, in this program the new version of the Moto X is available for US residents to choose a model, customize it, and be able to try it out for two weeks.

To have one all you need is a valid credit card and one cent. After the end of your two week  trail, you can buy the device on agreed price. And you can also use a coupon code that will help you save 30% on Motorola Accessories.

Motorola Official site report:

We think the Moto X is one great smartphone – once you hold it in your hand, you know you want it. That why, starting this Sunday (6/8) at 11 p.m. CT, we’re kicking of a “Try Then Buy” program for those who have wanted to check out a Moto X but haven’t yet taken the plunge. For a limited time, consumers can customize their very own, unlocked Moto X, give it a shot in their world for two weeks, and then decide to return it hassle-free or pay for it at that time.

And because the Moto X is the phone that keeps getting better, we’re also offering up a new 64GB version available for just $100 more than the 16GB version for AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and Republic Wireless customers.

Here’s how “Try Then Buy” works:

·         Consumers go to starting Sunday, June 8, at 11:00 p.m. to sign up and receive a special code.

·         Then it’s over to Moto Maker, our online studio, to design a custom, no-contract device. A penny charge will be placed on their credit card while the try out the device for the next two weeks.

·         After 14 days, if the consumer likes their phone, their credit card will be charged.  If not, Motorola will pay to ship the Moto X back. Those who keep the phone get a promo code for 30% off accessories as a welcome to the Moto X family.

“Try Then Buy” is only open for 24 hours–closing on Monday, 6/9, at 11:00 p.m. CT–and while quantities last. To learn more, click here.



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