We’re fully aware that Motorola’s MotoMaker customization service has finally arrived for the Verizon variant of the Moto X and that you can snatch one up for an incredibly low $50 price, but what if you only have a single cent to your name yet still need a great phone? Amazon has you covered for the time being. For a penny ($0.01), Amazon will hook you up with either a black or white Moto X on Verizon. The deal is for new lines of service or upgrades, so everyone is essentially eligible.
There is no telling how long this deal will last, as the Moto X price has been jumping all over the place over the last couple of weeks.
And don’t forget that the Verizon Moto X is the first to receive Android 4.4 Kit Kat, an update that started rolling out today. We’ve already taken you on a tour with it and showed the world how to get Google Wallet up and running.
Amazon Links: Moto X Black (Verizon) | Moto X White (Verizon)
Forget all of the Black Friday ads that are starting to appear well ahead of next week’s shopping festivities – we’ve got deals to be had right now. Motorola is hosting a 30% off accessory sale, many of which work with your Moto X or DROID phone. (more…)
We love a good deal, especially on Nexus devices, so hurry on over to Staples and enter in a special coupon code to receive $50 off any tablet priced over $150. You also get free shipping, so this deal can’t be beat. The Nexus 7 2013 16GB can be had for just $179 (usually priced at $229) or the 32GB model for $219 (usually priced at $269). (more…)
In the market for a new Android tablet? For a limited time, you can grab any tablet off of Newegg for 10% using a special coupon code. The code works on all of the tablets we tried, which was the new Nexus 7, a few Galaxy Tabs, and other various ASUS tablets. (more…)
I hate to keep telling you that you are a genius for waiting to buy the Moto X, but at this point, you really are starting to look like one. From the beginning, many of you held off from buying the black or white woven versions that were sold directly through carriers as you waited for MotoMaker customizations to leave their exclusivity on AT&T. Bold move, but smart. Then once they did arrive elsewhere, we saw prices mostly drop across the board by $100, to $99 on-contract and $499 off. (more…)
With Motorola’s MotoMaker phone customization service going live yesterday for a number of new carriers including Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint, I’d imagine that more than a few of you were trying to decide if the Moto X was finally for you. If you held out since the phone’s August launch, then consider using coupon code “THANKYOU10″ to shave off some extra cash. Because who doesn’t love saving 10%? (more…)
When Google first introduced their new flagship phone at the end of last week, they told us to expect retail availability of the Nexus 5 at outlets like Sprint, T-Mobile, Amazon, Best Buy and RadioShack. As of this morning, they can check off three as the phone is now available with Sprint service at Best Buy, Amazon, and Sprint.com. The thing is, unless you are interested in overpaying for the phone or signing a contract, you should probably consider taking your chances with Google Play inventory and ship times. (more…)
Update: Forget Verizon for a minute, Amazon is listing the LG G2 as being $199 OFF-contract. Yes, that’s $199 for one of the best phones of the year without a contract. I’d imagine it’s a mistake, but hey, might be worth attempting to buy. (Edit: AT&T Black G2 is $199 off-contract as well.)
Update 2: Amazon has corrected the pricing. If you got in on the deal, now we wait to see if anyone’s orders ship.
Update 3: Since the Amazon deal is dead, feel free to use coupon code “slick50″ during checkout at Verizon to get the phone for free on-contract.
Update 4: Folks are pouring in saying that their devices are shipping from Amazon. That’s great to hear, and we are excited Amazon decided to honor these deals. If your order was canceled, feel free to call them and state the situation. Some are reporting that they are reinstating orders now.
Who here has a new device on its way? (more…)