Motorola’s flagship price has been criticized as too high when compared to Android devices with more powerful specs. Now a major price drop puts the Moto X at just $99 (with contract) across AT&T, Sprint, and US Cellular!
The best deal is from US Cellular, which is offering a $75 credit for customers to switch carriers and bring their number over.
Sprint and AT&T are both offering the Moto X for $99, but AT&T still holds the upper hand. If you want a custom Moto X, AT&T’s Moto Maker is the way to go.
The reduction in price definitely makes the Moto X more attractive to consumers. The phone’s middling hardware specs have failed to impress, but it includes nifty features, like touchless voice activation that give it an edge.