AT&T's Moto X is now in stock and ready to ship for $199 on a 2-year contract
It's sometimes the most absurd things that make us realize how fast time is flying by. It feels like just yesterday we were all over the Moto X and the novel features, both in terms of appearance and software, that it brought to the table. Today, 22 days later, the Moto X has finally finished the proverbial trek: from concept, through production, right into our hands.
AT&T's Moto X will set you back $199 on a two-year contract, compared to the rather steep $579.99 you'll have to dole out should you want to remain contract-free. The smartphone is also available on a 1-year contract ($449.99) and also under AT&T's Next program, which allows you to trade-in your smartphone every 12 months. Unfortunately for some, the Moto X and the Moto Maker (Motorola's customization suite lets you design your Moto X exactly like you want it) are currently only available to AT&T customers, but Verizon has indicated that this won't be the case forever.
So is the Moto X on your shopping list? If so, then make sure you take a look at our in-depth Moto X review and also consider skimming through our handy list of Moto X coverage, which should help you make a better-informed decision.
3. jamesedward318 (Posts: 99; Member since: 25 Dec 2010)
the best always gets the best before the rest my friend. know this!
4. Shatter (Posts: 2024; Member since: 29 May 2013)
No whoever can bribe the company the most gets it first.
11. Daftama (Posts: 563; Member since: 03 Nov 2012)
Yea I figured it was bribe but I never see Verizon throw money like and they got a lot of cash
6. InspectorGadget80 (Posts: 6429; Member since: 26 Mar 2011)
why does verizon gets all the MOTOROLA DROID ULTRA?
5. PootisMan (Posts: 203; Member since: 02 Aug 2013)
I hate when companies or in this case carriers get exclusivity on certain things.
7. InspectorGadget80 (Posts: 6429; Member since: 26 Mar 2011)
yeah while it will never help Motorola sales if they want too compete with other companies just sad
10. WirelessCon (Posts: 309; Member since: 11 May 2010)
Drop the price by $100 or more, then watch it conquer. Until that price point, it's not a big deal.