Motorola’s 64GB Moto X lands in US in ‘try then buy’ campaign


Motorola’s much-rumoured 64GB Moto X is finally official and has even made its way to the US market with a new promotion campaign.

The 64GB version of the company’s flagship phone Moto X, released last year in August, will cost $449 just $100 more than the 16GB model and $50 more than the 32GB version.

The company is kicking off a unique one-day “Try Then Buy” promotion campaign from June 8, which will let US customers to initially try a custom Moto X for two weeks by paying just $0.01 up-front, before either buying it or returning it.

At the end of the 14-day trial period, the credit cards of those wanting to keep the phone will be charged with the remaining handset price and those still not convinced by the handset can simply return it to Motorola anytime for free. In fact, the company will itself be paying for return shipping.

The buyers will also get an additional 30 percent off promo code which they can use to buy some selected Moto X accessories. The “Try Then Buy” offer closes Monday at 11:00PM CT or till stocks last.

The 64GB device will be available on AT&T, T-Mobile (unlocked), Sprint, and Republic Wireless. Those interested in giving the handset a try can head to Motorola’s official website and sign up to get a special code.