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Unlocked Moto X 16GB With NET10 SIM On Sale for $299

Motorola's Moto Maker site is running a promo with NET10 that lets you buy an unlocked GSM Moto X 16GB with a NET10 SIM for $299.99. $50 off the regular $349.99 price. The 32GB and 64GB models are also $50 off at $349.99 and $399.99 respectively. Shipping is free. Quantities are limited and the sale ends July 16.

All Moto X cases and shells are also on sale for 50% off through July 16.

The sale phones are unlocked and work with T-Mobile and AT&T and all their MVNOs. The Moto X supports both operator's GSM, HSPA and LTE bands.

All the usual Moto Maker customizations are available during the sale. Your have a choice of a black or white front, 27 different back colors or 4 different real wood backs, and 7 different trim accent colors. There's a choice of wallpapers and you can have a  custom message engraved on the back and a custom boot up message. Except for the wooden backs, which are $25 extra, there's no charge for customization.

The Moto X is the Motorola's current flagship. It runs Android 4.4 KitKat. There's a dual core 1.7 Ghz Krait processor, 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB to 64GB of internal memory, a 4.7" 720x1280px screen and a 10 MP camera.

The Moto X has a unique software feature that lots of users seem to really like. It's called Active Display, and it wakes up the phone's screen when you pick it up or pull it out of your pocket to display notifications of things like missed calls, texts and upcoming calendar events.


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  1. Dennis just wondering your personal preference between the Moto G and the Moto X. In your opinion is the Moto X worth the $100 price difference over the Moto G

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    1. To me, the the Moto X is easily worth the extra cost. It has a much better camera and the AMOLED screen provides better color saturation and is brighter and easier to read in sunlight. The X has twice the RAM and a faster processor.

      The G is an excellent entry level device but it's not really comparable to the X.

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    2. Dennis is right. All depends on your budget as well.

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  2. Great phone, worst company with customer service. I would buy it to get it connected with someone else.

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  3. I love these Moto E, G, X phones. I hope they don't stop the series with Google selling Moto off. It one of the few options to buy a quality unlocked phone without jumping through hoops.

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    1. That is very very true. Excellent line of phones! I have the G and could not be more satisfied!

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  4. I love the Moto X. It has features I never thought would be useful - hearing my text messages while I drive, being able to text from my desktop browser, getting heads up info about up coming appointments.

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  5. Do I have to use the Net10 sim card? If so, does it come with an already installed plan?

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    1. It's an unlocked phone, you can use any SIM. The unactivated SIM doesn't come with a plan.

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    2. Good question. Does the phone have to be used on NET10?

      Moreover, what Moto X model is being offered --the Moto X XT1053 (T-Mobile) or the XT1058 (AT&T)??

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    3. As it's unlocked it's probably XT1053. XT1058 is sold locked.

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  6. The XT1053 comes without carrier branding or apps, even though the invoices say T-Mobile.

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  7. Can I use the moto x without a sim card?

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    1. If you mean on WiFi like an iPod Touch, yes.

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  8. If I buy the moto x with the Net10 sim card, do I have to activate or use the sim card?

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  9. If I get a NET 10 unlocked moto x, can I just pop in a T-mobile sim card and use it?

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    1. So if I use Moto Maker on Net10 version I will not have any logo on the phone (on the back?

      Will the XT1053 version work with international carriers? (I live in Poland and I wonder if it's unlocked version around the globe or just the US)

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    2. There's no logo. Unlocked is unlocked. your Polish SI< will be accepted by the phone. Check the supported bands in the specs on the Moto site to see if it supports the ones your operator uses for UTMS and LTE.

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  10. Do I have to sign up with NET10 to get this moto x deal?

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  11. Dennis -- Thank you, not only for your informative articles, but for taking time to answer posts and provide reliable advice! . . . I just successfully ordered my first smartphone. :)

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  12. Just spoke with a Moto Rep via online chat and she stated that the phone is unlocked. However it will carry "Net 10" branding on the device. You can however use it with either ATT/T-mobile or any other GSM carrier.

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    1. Well, so much for what the Moto Reps know . . . I just received my Moto X minutes ago, and I can tell you that it is the XT1053 model, and there is absolutely no NET10 logo on my unit. Hooray! :)

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  13. Will a tracfone sim card work in the moto x { to make calls and text} ? I've seen vids where Tracfone sim cards are larger and can be cut down to a micro sim and can be installed in a micro sim slot, is this true?

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    1. No, TracFone SIMs are locked to the phone they come with and won't work with any other phone.p

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