Motorola slashes price of the Moto E to Rs. 5,990, bundles Moto Deck Bluetooth speaker for free with the Moto X

By February 9th, 2015 AT 6:26 PM

Motorola has slashed the price of the Moto E by Rs. 1,000, reducing it to Rs. 5,999, to mark the one year anniversary of it’s partnership with Flipkart. The company is continuing with the buyback offers that were launched last month. Under this buyback scheme, customers can exchange their old smartphones for discounts of up to Rs. 4,000 and up to Rs. 6,000 on the Moto G (2nd. Gen) and Moto X (2nd. Gen) respectively.

Motorola Moto E Discount Flipkart
Motorola recently celebrated 3 million devices sold on Flipkart, and to keep up with the festivities, Motorola has a host of offers for the Moto E, the Moto G, the Moto X, the Nexus 6 and the Moto 360. These offers are likely to last the entire week, till the 15th of February, 2015. All purchases of the Moto 360 along with the Nexus 6 get an extra Rs. 10,000 off.

Motorola Moto Deck Bluetooth Speaker

Similar to the Moto G and Moto X, customers can get a discount of up to Rs. 10,000 in exchange for their old smartphones. Motorola is also offering a Moto Deck Bluetooth speaker worth Rs. 8,990 for free with the Moto X (2nd Gen).

Computer science engineer turned technology blogger. Following consumer electronics industry closely from 2006, he can now predict pretty much where the market is heading. He has a dream to own Android, Windows Phone and iOS smartphones all at the same time.

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Kumar
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they should have done this when they slashed moto g price. anyway better later than ever

Rama
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*The best thing about Motorola is their software. They have been pretty consistent with their software updates. In fact No 1 in the Android industry as of now. *On a side note it was somewhat laughable looking at Motorola’s COO’s statement ” Samsung will not stay for the long run”. The reasoning he says is “People are no longer ready to buy 600$ smartphones when the same can be achieved at around 200-300$” while to some extent true I find his logic a little flawed. *First and foremost its not like Motorola is the best Value For Money smartphone maker… Read more »

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