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Motorola Offering Discounts on a Variety of Products

July 7, 2015 - Written By Alexander Maxham

When a company starts to discount their products, that usually means new versions are coming. And seeing as we are in the summer now, we should be seeing a new Moto X, and Moto G very soon. Typically, Motorola announces those around September, so we’re just a few weeks out and it looks like the company is looking to clear stock. Motorola had already discounted the Moto X to $299 off contract, which is actually a great price for the Moto X, given that its specs can still compete with today’s round of flagships.

In addition to that permanent mark down, Motorola has also marked down the price of many of their other products from $20 to $40 off. Right now you can grab a Nexus 6 32GB for just $479, or the Nexus 6 64GB for just $529, however you do need to use the promo code MOTOMAKERTYLER. This promotion is part of an employee contest to see who can get the most sales. So you’ll be helping out Tyler as well, and we’ll likely see some other promo codes floating around out there as more employees put out their codes. But for now, you can use that one. The Moto G 2014 is also on sale for $149, which is a darn good price for this device. Still one of our favorite sub-$200 smartphones out there, although it’s starting to get some competition, which shall be interesting when the third generation comes out this fall.

Motorola hasn’t exactly been selling boatloads like Samsung, but they have been picking up the pace since they revamped their product portfolio, and we expect to see their market share pick up a bit more in the next few years. Having Lenovo as its owner now, will definitely help. Especially considering they just re-entered China with the Moto X, Moto G, Moto E and Moto X Pro (which is the Nexus 6 without Google, seeing as Google is banned in China). Lenovo is a fast growing OEM, and backing Motorola is definitely going to help both companies.

So if you’re looking to pick up a Nexus 6, Moto X, Moto G or another device from Motorola, be sure to hit up the source link below and grab yourself some goodies.