AT&T cuts the price of the Moto Maker bred Motorola Moto X to $99.99 on contract
Besides the discount, those who order the Moto X from the Moto Maker site also receive a free Motorola Skip. This is a clip that you can attach to your belt that offers NFC connectivity and allows you to unlock your Moto X with a touch of the phone to the Skip. The accessory normally ships for $19.99. And speaking of shipping, it is free when you order your handset from the site.
The Motorola Moto X is chock full of features such as touchless controls which allow you to access Google Now with just your voice, the 10MP Clear Pixel camera that opens with a twist of the wrist and the active display notifications that are sent to a small potion of your display; to save battery life, they do not display until you move the phone or flip it from back to front.
Buy a customized AT&T Motorola Moto X for just $99.99 on contract
source: MotoMaker via AndroidAuthority
2. solomonsteve (Posts: 71; Member since: 19 Dec 2012)
drop the price again, then am gonna buy it
3. PK1983 (Posts: 130; Member since: 08 Aug 2012)
The launch price should have been $99 on contract $350 off.
NOT a flagship phone despite what Moto implies.
5. roldefol (Posts: 2855; Member since: 28 Jan 2011)
$99 on/$450 off for 16 GB
$150 on/$500 off for 32 GB
Undercut the competition without looking like a budget device.
9. sprockkets (Posts: 830; Member since: 16 Jan 2012)
Thank you both for the obligatory "NOT A FLAGSHIP" comments.
11. roldefol (Posts: 2855; Member since: 28 Jan 2011)
Just because it's their flagship doesn't mean it should be priced like everyone else's. People look at specs and prices, so Moto should have been more realistic with theirs.
And Mxy - by "budget", I mean "free on contact".
6. trickster_qc (Posts: 69; Member since: 18 Jun 2013)
Fido in canada sells the phone for 450$ outright.
7. papss (Posts: 2847; Member since: 03 Sep 2012)
This should have been the lice they started at.
10. GeekMovement (Posts: 1460; Member since: 09 Sep 2011)
As nice and smooth as the Moto X experience may be, it has a common plastic build, older specs, and no earbuds that comes with the phone. $199.99 is kind of a laughable price unless you're dedicated to Motorola. I won't even get started on the whole customizing exclusitivity issue which is mainly why this phone was supposed to stand out from other handsets.