Off Contract Moto X To Come with Free Chromecast

Do you remember the Cyber Monday promotion that offered the Moto X for $349 or the New Year’s Day deal when the company dropped the Moto X price from $579 without a contract to $399 on most major carriers? Given these two major price cuts, we were surprised to find out that Motorola is once again ready for a new promotion as long as it offers a free Chromecast wireless video-streaming dongle to all those buying this off-contract handset. The fact that Chromecast had just became compatible with even more apps recently and that it can finally play local files that are synced with a user’s Plex media library from Android, iOS and Chrome makes this offer even more interesting, so what about taking a closer look?

Among the other apps recently added to the list of those that work with Chromecast we can name Songza, Red Bull TV, Viki, RealPlayer Cloud and Vevo, not to mention that Chromecast utilizes data from a cloud and sends it to a TV set thanks to its HDMI output.

Off Contract Moto X To Come with Free Chromecast

Off Contract Moto X To Come with Free Chromecast

Like that, content can be easily accessed by connecting the Chromecast and your smartphone or tablet directly to a Wi-Fi network; and once the user’s app is connected, everything that you watch one the device’s app can also show up on your TV screen if you want.

But be careful about the availability of this limited off contract Motorola Moto X and Free Chromecast deal. Unfortunately, it runs only until January 14, for no more than $399 for the 16GB version or $449 for the 32GB one, as our source also stated. And the best part is that ayone taking advantage of this deal, but don’t forget to use the “STREAM” promo code when placing your order here.

  • BennySingh

    I think MotoMaker exclusivity and the delay of wood is what hurt them most. However, it has seemed that the Moto X is an experiment, and only setting up and giving a taste of what’s to come.