Motorola's campaign to get the Moto X into the hands of more users begins tomorrow. Starting Monday, June 9, Motorola will allow users to build a custom Moto X through the Moto Maker Design Studio and try it for just $0.01. The in-home trial will last for two weeks, offering customers a relatively easy and risk free way to trial the Moto X and many of its unique features, including Active Display Notifications.
Motorola had taken to Twitter to remind us of the promotion. "Your chance to take #MotoX for a test drive is almost here," the tweet reads. "Only a penny for 2 weeks."
The deal is good "while quantities last" and interested users should visit Motorola's website starting tomorrow for more details.
Is this something that you're interested in trying out? Would in-home trials like Motorola's latest promo be a good way to help you if a smartphone would be the right fit for your needs and lifestyle?
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