Two weeks ago, Republic Wireless added colorful Moto G phones to its lineup. Now the Raleigh-based company is adding customization – such as wood cases – for Moto X phones, which it began selling in November.

As of April 1, Republic customers can buy the Moto X phones with special options that are added at an assembly plant near Fort Worth, Texas.

Options include personal choice of front and back colors, accent colors, wallpapers and accessories.

Among the choices are bamboo or other wood finishes.

The phones are manufactured by Google Motorola Mobility, which is being acquired by Lenovo for some $2.9 billion.

The phones require no contract and cost $349.99 for the 16GB or $399 for the 32 GB model.

A $25 discount is available to the first 2,000 Republic customers who sign up.

“Republic Wireless offers the industry’s lowest rates for unlimited smartphone service, the lowest total cost of ownership, and some of the market’s best smartphones. Who would have believed how much money we would help consumers save? It’s tens of millions of dollars over the past few years, and we are just getting started,” said David Morken, co-founder and chief executive officer of Republic, in a statement.

“We’re absolutely thrilled to offer Moto Maker for Moto X. With an amazing amount of color combinations and real wood finishes to choose from, there are over 4,000 ways to make Moto X yours. Plus, it’s the only smartphone assembled in the U.S.A. at a factory just outside of Fort Worth, Texas. The unique combination of Moto Maker with our flexible wireless service plans is a big win for customers everywhere.”

Republic offers calling and data plans for as little as $5 a month, is adding the Motorola Moto G to its product lineup in April for as low as $149.

Republic began offering Moto X phones in November.

The Moto G is a relatively new phone, having been launched in November. It includes a 4.5-inch high-definition screen and runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core processor.

And it’s received some good reviews.

Just last week, website TechRadar labeled the Moto G as the “bust budget handset around.”

Engadget, meanwhile, called it “an affordable smartphone done right.”

The Moto G phones run on the Android KitKat operating system.

The phones are manufactured by Google Motorola Mobility, which is being acquired by Lenovo for some $2.9 billion.