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Motorola gets snowed in, delays Moto G shipments due to winter storm

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Winter storm Dion has been wreaking icy havoc across the US for a few days, but now it's hitting technophiles where it hurts: phone shipments. Customers who pre-ordered the Moto G have been receiving emails from Motorola, explaining that bad weather has stalled operations at the company's Fort Worth facility. Long story short, Moto G deliveries are going to be to be delayed, and there's no firm date on when the devices will ship out. The email posted on Android Central does mention a December 17th shipping date, but the website reports that it varies from person to person. Whatever date they get, buyers will receive their orders the next day, thanks to Motorola spreading goodwill (and softening the blow) by shipping out all units overnight for free.

[Thanks, Dom]

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