Droid X Gets New Life as Motorola Milestone X for Cellular South


Just because the Droid X2 does a pretty good job of outmoding the original X doesn’t mean the phone still doesn’t have a bit of life left in it. We’ve seen the Milestone X making its rounds with the smaller local carriers around the US, but the handset (a carbon copy of the first Droid X) is now available through Cellular South. The phone might be last year’s news, but it still gets priced at $199. The price does take a cute thanks to a $50 reward card rebate. Those prices include a two-year contract and data plan. If you have been wanting to get your hands on what still remains an Android staple on a regional network, head over to Cellular South now to order it up.

[via Android Central]

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  1. You can get the Droid X new for $300 without a contract on the Verizon Red Label MNVO’s. They were leaked and had the Eris for $100 too.  Just have to wait for them to launch. lol

  2. $199 with a 2-year contract?  Why the hell would anyone buy a DX under these terms???

  3. The price takes a ‘cute’? Would love to know what that actually is…

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