Motorola Delays Moto G Deliveries In US Due To Winter Storm Dion

Posted: Dec 12 2013, 7:21am CST | by , in Mobile Phones


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Motorola Delays Moto G Deliveries in US Due to Winter Storm Dion
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Moto G shipments have been delayed in the US due to bad weather. Instead of on December 4th, Motorola will ship Moto G by December 17th via a free upgrade to overnight delivery.

The winter season is harsh these days in the US. Winter storm Dion has hit the US badly. A large area of the country is facing heavy snowfall. And this severe weather affects the deliveries too. Google's Motorola is also not able to ship devices in such a cold winter. Neither is Motorola able to ship its Moto G devices on time.

The company has sent out email notifications to those customers who pre-ordered the Moto G on launch day. Motorola meanwhile has apologized since it cannot ship Moto G on time. Moto G deliveries will be delayed due to a winter storm. This storm also struck the fulfillment center in Fort Worth, Texas along with some other regions. Hence, Moto G shipments will be delayed. Moto G was to be originally shipped on December 4th.

Motorola states in its shipment notification email that "your phone order wasn’t shipped according to the original estimate. We sincerely apologize for the delay and want you to know that your Moto G will ship by December 17th via a free upgrade to our overnight delivery."

Motorola will still send a shipping confirmation with a tracking number to the affected customers so that they can see a more accurate delivery day/time.

Source: Android Central

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