The Moto X has landed on Fido! And as predicted, the outright cost of the phone is a good amount lower than what Rogers is asking. If you sign into a 2-Year Tab24 agreement with Fido, you’ll need to shell out $150 for the phone, which is the same as what Rogers is asking. If you buy it outright, however, you’ll save yourself $100 by picking up the device at Fido.
While it’s still not the Nexus-like pricing we were all hoping for when this phone debuted, it’s a much more palatable price tag for Motorola’s flagship device. What do you guys think? Has this piqued anyone’s interest….and wallet?