Pick Up A Verizon Moto X For $49 Until New Years Eve

The Moto X for $49 dollars? Yeah, we'll take that. Thanks Verizon! For the second time in almost a month and a half, Verizon is nearly giving away the Moto X if you sign up for a two year contract. They previously ran this deal last month around the 14th, and it lasted as a four day sale. This time around they're offering it through New Years Eve, which is even a couple days more than the last time.

This may be Verizon's way of saying that they want to help you get in your last minute Christmas gifts, that is until at least Christmas is over, than this is just a good deal. Normally the price of the Moto X on Verizon's network is $199 with a 2-year, which makes $150 off a deal that is worth talking about and certainly makes it a deal that is hard to pass up. If you have been waiting for the right time to grab a new phone and you have been eyeballing the Moto X, but missed this deal the first time Verizon offered it, now would be the time to check it out and take the plunge. With the Moto X's active display, you can see your notifications at a glance, almost in the way that you can set them up on your lock screen with "Dashclock", but the Moto X takes it a step further with its built in tech that knows when you're looking at it and when you're not so it can save battery power and time. That's the beauty of the active display. That's just one of the reason to go buy a Moto X.

Innovative features on a truly cool phone make this deal from VZW all that much more enticing, which begs the question, do the carriers see the Moto X the same way? Or are they trying to unload a large quantity of handsets that they have had trouble selling? Either way, the Moto X is a great device with tons to offer anyone who likes to have the latest in smartphone tech. You can check out our review of the Moto X and see what we had to say about all its awesome features, its ups and downs, and perhaps that'll help you decide whether or not to grab one before they're gone.

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