With the soon to be released Moto X on Republic Wireless there’s now more than one place to buy the Moto X this fall from several different carriers or directly from Motorola themselves. Here’s a look at a few places to buy the Moto X on Sale for the best price:
At $299.99 outright (coming this November) RW wins for the cheapest Motorola Moto X you can buy (soon) . What makes this deal even a better deal is if you have an older Motorola Defy XT from them or even another older motorola phone you can knock off another $100 off the Republic Wireless MotoX bringing the total cost down to $199.99 for a brand new Moto X from Republic Wireless. Without a doubt, this is the best deal on the Moto X right now.
Pros: Cheap Price
Cons: You’re stuck to the wifi calling as a default and then use Sprint on cellular. This could work OK for you, or it could not.
US Cellular offers a $75.00 discount on the Moto X, bringing the contract price down to $124.99 from the $199.99 regular price. One of the better prices I have seen for the Moto X on contract.
Pros: Just over $100 for a Moto X
Cons: You may not have US cellular service where you are.
Verizon will charge you $199.99 on the Moto X. or you can pay the edge price of $25.22 a month or if you prefer you can buy the Moto X outright for $599.99
Always check Amazon for deals on any smartphone including the Moto X. At time of writing you can get the Verizon Moto X for $149.99, the AT&T model for $179.99 on contract.
Wirefly is another reseller you should have a look at if you want to buy a Moto X cheaper than what you may pay for one elsewhere and currently they offer a $50 discount on the Verizon Moto X bringing the price down to $149.99 on a 2 year contract (same price as Amazon)
With AT&T, you will pay $199.99 for the Moto X but you do get to choose from the make your own colors feature as currently AT&T is the only carrier to offer ordering of the phones via the motomaker website. If you’re into colors, this is the carrier to get a Moto X from.
You can buy a Moto X from Sprint and this might be one of the best prices on the Moto X from the big four carriers due to the fact that if you buy a Moto X from them and move your number from a different carrier you can save $100 off the Moto X from Sprint when you bring your number to Sprint you’ll get the Moto X for just $99.99.
You can buy the Moto X directly from Motorola and this includes for all four carriers plus some developer editions too, but you’ll pay full pop for the Moto X from them with no discounts like you would see from Wirefly or Amazon.
Other places to shop for a Moto X include Target, Costco, and if you’re looking to buy a used Moto X you should check Swappa, Craigslist or even eBay for deals on the Motorola Moto X
These are just some choices on where to buy the Moto X. Compared to the new iPhones I would guess that this phone will be one of the best selling smartphones for 2013 so it’s in your best interest to get the best price on the Moto X you can.