AT&T users will be able to get buy the Moto X before any other phone company subscribers. The Moto X will be hitting AT&T on August 23rd through their retail store or the website. Customers that want to buy the 16GB Moto X with a two-year agreement will have to spent $199.99. The 32GB version costs $249.99. The AT&T Next installment plan will have to pay an extra $27 per month for the 16GB model and $32 month for the 32GB version.
AT&T subscribers can also buy the Moto X with Moto Maker. Moto Maker is a tool that lets you customize your phone. This allows you to choose the phone’s startup message, the wallpaper, the capacity, and the color.
Verizon Wireless will be selling the phone on August 29th. Sprint and U.S. Cellular will be selling the Moto X and other national retail chains shortly after. T-Mobile will not be selling the phone directly, but T-Mobile subscribers can buy the T-Mobile version through Motorola.