Motorola India Announced Buyback Offers For 2014 Moto X And Moto G, Free Bluetooth Headset With Moto 360


Motorola offers their products in India for quite some time now. This Lenovo-owned company offers their 2nd-gen Moto X and Moto G handsets in India, as well as the Moto E smartphone and the Moto 360 Android Wear-powered smartwatch. Sales have been going rather well for Motorola in India, at least according to reports, we didn't get any official news just yet.

Anyhow, Motorola has just introduced buyback offers for their Moto X (2014) and Moto G (2014) handsets in that Asian country. As part of this offer, customers can get up to Rs. 4,000 off on Moto G (2014) and up to Rs. 6,000 on Moto X (2014) in exchange for your old smartphone(s). Motorola also offers a free Motorola HK110 Bluetooth Headset with the Moto 360 smartwatch, at least while they have it in stock. As a side note, Flipkart runs a cash-back offer in which you can avail 10% cash-back on HDFC debit and credit cards for a minimum transaction of Rs. 7,500.


"Motorola has always endeavored to provide its customers with high standard, global quality of products at disruptive prices and these offers are a re-iteration of this commitment. Last year, Motorola launched its portfolio in India varying from smartphone devices to wearables in an exclusive partnership with Flipkart. The company entered the market with the Moto G which acted as a game changer in the category and received an amazing response from the consumers. All devices including the Moto G (Gen 2), Moto X (Gen 1 and Gen 2), Moto E and the Moto 360 have received an overwhelming response from the consumers," said Motorola India, regarding these new Republic Day offers.

Keep in mind that these offers are good until January 23rd, so if you'd like to take Motorola up on the offer, you better do it before it's too late. That being said, does any one of you from India intend to take advantage of this offer? Also, how many of you out there actually own either one of the listed Motorola devices? Let us know what you think in the comments, we'd love to hear from you, as usual.

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