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Motorola gives its employees the ability to hand out Moto phone discounts

Motorola gives its employees the ability to hand out Moto phone discounts

Motorola gives its employees the ability to hand out Moto phone discounts
News from androidandme.com:

What’s the point of having friends if they can’t give you discounts? Motorola thought of this (not really), and as a result it started the “Friends With Moto” program. This service allows Motorola employees to hand out some pretty big discounts on the Moto X and Moto G to friends, and the process all depends on the employee approving it (so no free promo codes for everyone).

Motorola is proud of its products and wants to share them with friends and family. The Friends with Moto program was designed so every employee can give their friends discount codes for a Moto X at just $ 349 off-contract or a Moto G for $ 149 – 8GB/$ 159 – 16GB. Codes would be distributed at the employee’s discretion and timeline.Motorola

A Motorola employee can share a personal URL with you that will take you to a form you must fill out. Once completed, the promo code will be sent to said employee, who can then forward it to you. It’s done this way so random people can’t get codes without an employee’s approval. Definitely a smart move.

The discounts that are available are substantial. You can get $ 50 off of a Moto X, $ 40 off of a 16GB Moto G and $ 30 off of an 8GB Moto G. Considering that those devices are already pretty cheap, these discounts are great. If you know a Moto employee, you should definitely be nice…………… continues on androidandme.com

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Motorola confirms $ 50 phone
News from Fudzilla:

Motorola ended the year on a high note, thanks to the Moto X and Moto G. The latter is widely considered the best sub-$ 200 smartphone money can buy and in some respects it is the cheapest decent phone on the market.

However, at $ 179 it is still a bit too pricey for some markets. Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside believes there is a huge market for even cheaper phones.

“Why can’t these devices be $ 50? There’s no reason that can’t happen, so we’re going to push that,” he told Trusted Reviews in an interview. 

There aren’t that many sub-$ 100 phones we could recommend, let alone $ 50 devices. For example the Samsung Galaxy Star is the cheapest Android 4.x phone in Europe and it usually sells for €60+. For that you get a Cortex A5 processor clocked at 1GHz, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of storage and a 3-inch 320×240 display. Actually that’s not too shabby, but we reckon Motorola wants to do better than that.

In addition, Woodside hinted at more customization on high-end devices. More importantly he said Motorola wants to allow users to pick their screen size and add functionality to their phones in the next year or two. This sounds a bit like Project Ara, but not qui…………… continues on Fudzilla

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