Motorola customers now have a new buying option when checking out via their online retail site, the all new Motorola Credit Account. Barely going live only moments ago, Motorola now offers customers the option to finance their next smartphone purchase, offering zero interest for up to 6, 12, or 18 months.
Of course, the usual caveats apply. The most obvious being above average credit if you hope to get approved. After that, it’ll take a minimum $549 purchase (before tax) to qualify for the longer 18 months interest-free financing. That being said, your only real options are the more expensive Moto X 32GB carrier or Developer Edition, or a fancy new Motorola DROID Maxx.
We’ll have to go through the fine print, but from the looks of it, you can add additional items to your cart to bring that Moto X above $550, like a couple of those Chromecasts that recently went up on Motorola’s site. More info down at the source link.
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