[Updated] Hot Deal: Try Out A Customized Moto X for Two Weeks for Just a Penny

If you’ve been eyeing the Moto X lately, next week is a great time to finally try one out. Motorola will let customers try out a Moto X for just a penny, while supplies last next Monday, June 9th. You’ll even be able to customize the Moto X using MotoMaker and return it within two weeks if you’re not feeling it.

Deals on the Moto X haven’t exactly been scant over the past months, with Motorola offering up deals on the device pretty much every month or so. The last deal, which ended yesterday, knocked $100 off of a 32GB Moto X. Motorola hasn’t detailed exactly how the penny Moto X deal will go down, but expect to have the total cost of the device around just in case you fall in love with the device.

The Moto X certainly hasn’t lived up to the sales expectations of Google and Motorola. With rumors of a Moto X successor, the Moto X +1, Motorola’s doing all they can to move the Moto X before calling it a day.

If you want to test drive a Moto X, head over to MotoMaker on Monday, June 9th and design your very own Moto X.

UPDATE: Motorola has released a press communication detailing the “Try then buy” Moto X promotion. Here are the details:

Here’s how “Try Then Buy” works:

  •          Consumers go to motorola.com 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.

Motorola will also offer a 64GB Moto X available for just $100 more than the 16GB version for AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and Republic Wireless customers.

via: Motorola

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