Clove drops price of Moto X in UK down to £225

Two months ago the Moto X launched in the UK with retailer clove pricing it at £380, shortly thereafter giving it a price cut for to £299. Today, Clove cut things even further, offering the Moto X for just £225 (£270 including VAT). Everything else that we know and love about the Moto X remains unchanged. If you haven't grabbed a Moto X in the UK yet, is this latest price drop enough to tempt you?

Source: Clove

There are 13 comments

co500 says:

What's the point of reporting a price excluding VAT? Clove is just trying to pretend the price is better than what they can achieve

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I know, fuckberks

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droidhead_1 says:

Curious what VAT is?

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sreepillai says:

20% in the UK

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droidhead_1 says:

Not even sure what VAT is..

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Value added tax.

PS. Google is your friend.

still1 says:

Value added Tax. fancy word for Tax

3Dee says:

Ahh, but it's not just tax, it's valued added...


...have we just been fooled by a clever marketing ploy!? It's just tax damn you!!! Whhhhy?!!!!!?

paulw3 says:

Giving a tax free price is nothing new. Here in New Zealand it's common practice of PC and cell phone sellers. Carriers always give the tax inclusive price.

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kalo88 says:

Companies don't do that in the UK though, clove always have to make their prices look cheaper. Everywhere else, the price advertised includes vat

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Zig261 says:

Poor Moto.

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gingerghost says:

These are good phones, but it's a shame there has been ZERO marketing here in the UK.

kalo88 says:

It was launched as an after thought months after released with no customisation, Motorola only really cares about the US market sadly. The price didn't help it either compared yet again to the US

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