Moto X price halved to $99 on AT&T, Sprint and US Cellular
Just after a few months on the market, Motorola and a number of US carriers have slashed the Moto X price down to $99.99 and lower with a new contract. That’s good news for all customers who were not eager to spend $200 for a device having mid-range characteristics. Now, after the price cut, the Motorola Moto X becomes more attractive and it can be found in a number of carriers in the States.
The smartphone has become popular since its release in August. The problem was that it had a high-price tag, compared with other mid-range models on the market. Now, all people that have been in two minds about whether or not to get the phone should be happy enough and go their carriers to buy the Moto X.
At AT&T, the Motorola Moto X has a price of 99 for the 16 GB version with a new agreement. The price of the 32 GB version has been reduced to $149. Sprint also offers the smartphone for $99 for the 16 GB version with a new 2 year contract. The US Cellular offer looks the most attractive one. The carrier gives you an additional discount of $75 if you are a new customer, so you will need to pay just $24.99. At the same time, US Cellular offers you $100-off for the Motorola Moto X when you return an old Motorola device.
The Moto X has a 4.7-inch display, a Snapdragon S4 Pro processor with 2 GB of RAM, a 10 MP rear shooter plus a secondary 2 MP camera and a 2200 mAh battery. The smartphone runs Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean enriched with some exclusive software features like Active Display, Touchless Control and Motorola Assist.