If your on Sprint or Verizon and you’ve been wanting a customized Moto X made through Moto Maker then you’ve been out of luck, well thats about to change, at least for Sprint customers. Sprint has told us that starting tomorrow (March 14) they will begin selling Moto Maker codes to the public at their retail locations. One of these codes would allow you to go to the Moto Maker website and customize a Moto X for Sprint. AT&T has been allowing it’s customers to do this since the launch of the Moto Maker website, thats what money will get you. Now it’s important to take this information with a grain of salt as this is a leak that was received by AndroidPolice.
We are assuming that this whole situation will work identically to the way that AT&T does it, a customer will buy a Moto Maker code which they will receive by email, they will then enter that code on the Moto Maker website allowing them to create a custom Moto X on Sprint, from there the device would be shipped to a Sprint retail location where the customer could then pick it up. Something worth noting is that these Moto Maker codes are only available with a 2-year contract and will not work with Sprint’s Easy Pay program.
This comes as pretty significant news for Motorola making Sprint the second major US carrier to support the Moto Maker website. If your on Sprint will you be purchasing a Moto Maker code? Be sure to let us know in the comments section below.
Source | AndroidPolice
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