Net10 Offering the Moto X For The Sale Price of $299

Net10 wireless has recently been blessed by Motorola Mobility by offering the Moto X. Net10 customers can now purchase the Moto X for only $299 without a contract. Along with the phone, customers can buy a case with 50 percent off. The Moto X originally cost $399 but is being sold for the sale price of $299. The deal is pretty sweet and probably hard to pass up with the $100 price cut. The offer ends July 16, so if you happen to be a Net10 customer, than you should make your way on to the Moto Maker website to fully customize the look and feel of your Android Phone.

If you don't know too much about the Moto Maker website, you pretty much can customize your Moto X with an array of different colors. You can personalize the front with either white or black; the back of the device with any of the 32 colors available, and as well follow up with accent colors for the buttons and ring around the camera. The Moto Maker website also allows you to add a short custom message or signature on the back that will make your Moto feel look one of a kind and of your own. The Moto Maker website also provides customers with a number of cases that can be either clear or your favorite college team. The tools provided are easy to use and shouldn't take you no longer than 20 to 30 minutes designing your phone -- unless you're indecisive and don't have a clue to what colors you like. The customizations seem to be endless; with tools that let you build a unique phone that fits your style. Not to mention that you are the designer of your very own smartphone. Motorola is giving you the power, you must now use it.

Interested in getting a customized Moto X from Net10? Well you can head on over to the Moto Maker website and get started on personalizing a unique phone that fits you. Remember, the offer ends July 16, the $100 price won't last for ever. Let us know what you think about this Moto X deal in the comments below.


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