What is the right price for the new Moto X (2014)? If you said $0 on contract, you’re in luck. Get the Leather backed Motorola Moto X (2014) for just $0 at Amazon, the black resin version is only a dollar more, and Best Buy is offering similar pricing too.
The deals go for the new Moto X (2014) on two-year contract, the leather model runs with AT&T and the resin will land you on either AT&T or Verizon. In addition to the $0 leather and $1 black resin, you can head over to Best Buy to get the bamboo version for just $20 on the same two-year offerings.
If you were in need of a little reminder, the new Moto X (2014) is Motorola’s very much updated followup to their well equipped original Moto X. The new version brought with it a half inch larger display and a significantly more powerful processing package.
If ever you had decent choices for a fairly great phone, this is it. Sure beats the $50 deal for Verizon last week, and, while we could argue the merits of carrier contracts, it sure is easier to swallow than the $500+ to purchase the Moto X (2014) outright.
What do you say, is now the time to purchase the new Moto X (2014)?