Verizon, AT&T and Sprint have not started accepting pre-orders for the phone. Regional carrier U.S. Cellular has started accepting reservations for the device in Woven White or Woven Black. Those who pre-order the unit through U.S. Cellular receive a free Motorola Bluetooth headset valued at $59.99. With a $75 discount for those switching to the carrier, the Motorola Moto X can be pre-ordered for just $124.99.
Best Buy has not yet revealed a date when the phone will be shipped. And in case you're curious why T-Mobile isn't included, the nation's fourth largest carrier has announced that its customers will only be able to buy the customized variant of the phone from Motorola.
source: BestBuy via AndroidAuthority