Starting today, mobile phone users in the United States interested in the purchase of a Moto X smartphone can enjoy expanded customization capabilities courtesy of Motorola’s Moto Maker.
To be more precise, the service has been launched for wireless carriers Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon too, in addition to AT&T, which has had it since the phone’s official launch back in summer.
“Moto X, the first smartphone designed by you and assembled in the USA, is now available for customization on all major U.S. carriers including Verizon Wireless, Sprint, T-Mobile and AT&T,” Motorola announced on its website.
The service will enable users to customize their new Moto X smartphone even before making the purchase, so that they receive a unique device when it is ready.
The personalization options include choosing different colors for the back plate, the possibility to have something written on the phone’s back, custom welcome messages, and more.
“Just in time for the holidays, you can now choose to add a custom phrase to the back of your Moto X. With fiber laser technology, you can sign your design like never before,” Motorola notes.
“Show your team spirit, sport your nickname or give a gift with the ultimate personal touch by adding this free feature when you customize your Moto X on Moto Maker.”
To apply the wanted customizations, users will simply have to head over to the Moto Maker website, and then start browsing through the available options.
Whether it comes down to colors, customer messages, the amount of memory, accessories, carriers, and the like, they are all there.
Moto X is available for purchase at only $99.99 (€75) with the signing of a two-year agreement, for the 16GB model. The 32GB variant, however, costs $149.99 (€112) on contract.