Moto X now available at all five major U.S. carriers

Moto X now available at all five major U.S. carriers

At long last, Motorola’s flagship smartphone, the Moto X, is now available at all five major wireless providers. AT&T, Sprint, U.S. Cellular, Verizon Wireless, and T-Mobile. To be clear, the T-Mobile version can only be purchased online through Motorola.com ($599.99) and not through the carrier’s stores or website.

Except for AT&T, who has MotoMaker exclusivity, each service provider offers the Woven White and Woven Black backsides. Looking ahead, the others are expected to see support for the custom designed Moto X.

Check out the first three commercials for the Moto X:

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