moto-x-risk-freeIt looks like more and more rumors concerning a successor to the Motorola Moto X (2014) has started to surface, and this can only mean one thing – it is about to see a release, but as to how soon that will happen, remains to be seen. Having said that, this means that we should be able to see more and more deals concerning the second generation Motorola Moto X (2014). It looks as though Motorola themselves intend to offer the handset for as little as $299 off contract, and this even after a $50 rebate over in the US.

In other words, this is a “risk free” agreement – you can return the Moto X (2014) within 30 days’ time if you are not happy with the phone, and get your money back, of course. The $299 asking price will include design customization through Moto Maker, and do bear in mind that this particular offer will expire close to the end of this month, that is, on June 29, so be quick if you would like to pick up one of the better Motorola handsets in recent memory.

The $299 asking price is definitely a very attractive proposition, and perhaps this is one way for Motorola to push off their existing Moto X (2014) stock to the masses. [Press Release]

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