Anon, 08 Jun 2014>Malware ridden Malware can be avoided by using common sense. Have you ever actually got... moreNot rare but in the grand scheme of things, malware on android is pretty poor, they're not viruses that would grab any headlines.
i believe motomaker charges you for full-value of the phone first. then you decide if you want to keep it or not. of course you can have unlimited usage on the phone during the 14 days. if you don't want it after that period, then it is just a simple return back to motorola.
Anonymous, 08 Jun 2014Unfortunately it uses bug ridden mal-ware infested android..hope motorola comes out with a win... more>Malware ridden
Malware can be avoided by using common sense. Have you ever actually gotten malware on an Android device?
there are no pennies in canada, so does that make it free?
Unfortunately it uses bug ridden mal-ware infested android..hope motorola comes out with a windows version
AnonD-212284, 08 Jun 2014Motorola sucks. Dead. Bye. Go tell someone who cares about your insignificant comment Mr Nobody.
Anonymous, 08 Jun 2014Lol. Read their terms of contract: https://motorola-global-portal.custhelp.com/app/answers/pro... moreAnd Lawyers are NEVER fun. lol
Do you know how much they charge? Like 3 Moto X's per hour hahaha
Anonymous, 08 Jun 2014Lol. Read their terms of contract: https://motorola-global-portal.custhelp.com/app/answers/pro... moreOf course, they can block the IMEI and then that's it. And here's what I was talking about:
Why do you require a credit card during checkout? And why is the balance $.01?
After you enter your unique promo code during checkout, the balance due will be $.01. This is so we can gather your credit card information to use in the event you would like to keep the phone at the end of the trial. This also allows us to make sure the credit card works.
We will only charge you the retail price of the phone (and any accessories you purchased) if you do not return the phone at the end of the 14-day trial. If you do return the phone, we’ll return your $.01.
harlekkin, 08 Jun 2014Clearly you'll pay the $0.01 by leaving your credit card details with them. After the two week... moreLol. Read their terms of contract: https://motorola-global-portal.custhelp.com/app/answers/prod_answer_detail/a_id/100122
"If you keep your phone and refuse to pay, our lawyers get involved. And that’s not fun."
Of course, that's only an artifice to try to get people to be honest and return the phone. If you scroll down a little further, they then go on to say that they have the right to remotely disable the phone and/or pass the account to a collections agency. Lol.
Anonymous, 08 Jun 2014Not possible, but they can and will get their lawyers involved should anyone decide to keep it... moreClearly you'll pay the $0.01 by leaving your credit card details with them. After the two weeks if you haven't made an effort to return the device to them they will simply charge the amount to the card.
If you cancel the card, the collectors will come after you, simple.
yesterday it was at motorola.com but i cant find it on their website right now.so is it cancelled?
MaxSmarties, 07 Jun 2014How much is the full price after the try? Because Moto X is a good phone, but it's aging today.so.........
hello,mister android is not good?Who the hell u are to tell that android is one of the most advanced os till now which is capable of doing almost everything.You dont like it it doesnt mean that android os is not good.Respect this os.
If Motorola wants to unload excess inventory they should just ship all the phones to that country where Apple relaunched the iPhone4 and launched the 8GB iPhone5c.