Add another couple carriers to the list of this peddling Motorola’s Moto X. The handset is now available at Sprint and US Cellular, with each outlet pricing the phone at $199.99 on a two-year contract. However, Sprint is offering new customers a $100 discount (bringing the final price of the Moto X to $99) and US Cellular is providing a $75 rebate (final price of $124.99).
The pricing (sans discounts) is inline with what have seen from AT&T and Verizon, the first two US providers to carry the Moto X. AT&T still holds the advantage of being the exclusive retailer of custom-built Moto X designs courtesy of Moto Maker, though this feature should find its way to other carriers eventually.
With today’s releases, T-Mobile remains the lone holdout for the Moto X, though all signs point to the company not making the phone available directly at the retail level. Customers wishing to get the phone for that particular carrier will most likely have to buy from Motorola.
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