AT&T Moto X is now just $99 via Moto Maker

by: Andrew GrushOctober 25, 2013

Moto X

Earlier this month Best Buy temporarily cut down the price of the Moto X to just $99. Shortly after, Amazon followed suit with a permanent price reduction to $99. Unfortunately, neither of these promotion included the use of the Moto Maker for personalizing the device to your own tastes.

What if you want to have your cake and eat it too? Motorola has your back. Buying the handset directly through the Moto Maker website now only costs you $99.

For this price you not only get to use the Moto Maker tool to customize your new handset, you also get a  free Motorola Skip and shipping is included at no extra cost. Unfortunately, this deal is still only for the AT&T version of the handset. If the rumor mill is correct, the good news is that other carriers may be adding support for the tool sometime in mid-November.

The Moto X might not be a power user’s dream come true, but it’s still a wonderful handset that puts less focus on the hardware and instead is all about creating an excellent user experience. Some of the device’s most unique features include touchless control and active display technology.

What do you think, interested in picking up a customized handset for $99 or not?

  • Luka Mlinar

    I wonder how long it’s gonna take before they figure out that the direction Dennis took them is an unsustainable future for the company.

  • VasyaPupkin

    I would consider buying it if it costs 400$ off contract. Only consider…

    • Tran Nguyen

      Me too or better waiting for Nexus 5 coming.

    • gommer strike

      Fido offers it for $450 outright, but what pisses me off is, they insist that you sign up on a plan in order to get the 15-day guarantee. Piss me off…

  • Jeff Moreira

    I wonder what happened with a Moto device here in Europe as they promised ages ago…

    • Luka Mlinar

      Dennis happened :D

  • Cecil

    I wished they axed the 16gb and sold the 32 gb for 100 instead… Still a good deal and will consider.

    • M3D1T8R

      And a 64GB upgrade option for an extra $50, would be great. Also Motomaker on Verizon.

  • Tran Nguyen

    Samsung devices had killed the Moto X.