Motorola is now selling the Moto X (Gen 2) with an off-contract price of $299 after a rebate of $50. Moreover, the manufacturer is letting buyers return the device within 30 days if they are not satisfied with it.

On the official blog of Motorola, the Lenovo-owned company states that it is a limited offer lasting until June 29. Purchasing the device on, users will pay $349.

After the trial run, if the customer is satisfied with the Moto X (2014) and does not wish to return the device, a rebate of $50 can be claimed. The original price of the device was $499.99

The $299.99 price tag also allows purchasers to customize the device with Moto Maker. If buyers are unsatisfied with the design of the purchased Moto X (Gen 2), they can redesign and order the handset once without paying extra.

Users who are not satisfied with the Moto X (Gen 2) are allowed to ship the device to Motorola for free within 30 days and get a full refund. Since the offer is available only on the unlocked version of Moto X (Gen 2), one needs an active SIM card in order to use it.

According to Droid Life, users who do not wish to spend $349 up front can opt to buy the handset through monthly installment plans of six, 12 or 18 months without making any down payment. Phone Arena says the $299 off-contract Moto X (2014) pricing is a very attractive deal as it is still the flagship device of the company. The Moto X (Gen 2) was launched with Android KitKat and users are now using Android Lollipop on it.

It is expected to receive Android M possibility before the end of 2014. The Moto X (Gen 2) is rumored to be replaced by a third-generation model in August or September.