Motorola apologizes for Cyber Monday snags, announces two more days of discounted Moto X

Motorola apologizes for Cyber Monday snags, announces two more days of discounted Moto X

Motorola will sell the unlocked smartphone for $349 over two additional days

Motorola is sorry that you had to miss out on the $150 discount for the Moto X on Cyber Monday. So sorry, in fact, that CEO Dennis Woodside penned a statement acknowledging issues and promising to make things right.

If you visited the Motorola website yesterday in hopes of procuring an unlocked Moto X for only $349 then you likely ran into a problem. Thanks to traffic and high demand, the Moto X was nowhere near as available as Motorola had hoped.

So, to atone for the problems, Motorola will be selling the Moto X with its $150 discount on Wednesday, December 3 as well as Monday, December 9.

We will double the quantity of phones available, while supplies last, to allow as many people as possible to take advantage of the promotion. We’re also extending the 30% off offer on accessories to these two days.

Props to Motorola for the transparency and willingness to go an extra step to offer the deal.

Motorola

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