Motorola College Collection brings new colors, custom cases, and discounts for students

by: Bogdan PetrovanMarch 7, 2014
motorola college collection

March Madness is coming, and Motorola wants you to show support for your college, preferably with a color-matched Moto X and an custom-decked case.

Motorola’s College Collection brings nine new colors to the Moto Maker customization program, so you can design a device decked in your college’s colors. Helpfully, the soon-to-be-owned by Lenovo company has put together a gallery of designs representing some of the top teams competing in NCAA’s basketball competition. There’s also a collection of clear cases featuring the logos of 40 major schools.

The best part of the College Collection promo is the $60 discount that Motorola is giving to all customers with a valid .edu address. That means students, alumni, and faculty. You will need to be able to access that address in order to retrieve your promo code, which entitles you to a Moto X for just $339.

While customizing the phone is free, the special college cases will cost you $35. As usual, this is a limited time deal, so if you’re interested in a special Moto X, head over here right now.

  • Cole Raney

    Yay! My school is there.

  • Lance AKA truthspeaker

    This is sweet customization like this should be a standard for all phones.

  • Alenym

    I wish they did that sort of thing in Canada –‘

  • xd feng

    a device like this offers mobile connectivity it needs a place to insert a SIM card, and this one does. ” hardwares are designed to be smaller to save space, like FPC being talked about, it’s smaller, thinner and freely bending. actually more and more hardwares are being developed to become delicate but stronger. electronics fans must be expecting.