It wasn’t too long ago that Motorola took the wraps off the new Moto X. Based on the initial reviews of the handset, it seems that it has been pretty well-received by consumers so far, thanks to its features, its hardware, and also its customizability. That being said, if you’re a Verizon customer looking to get your hands on the device, it seems that come 26th September you will be able to do so.
This is thanks to the folks at Phandroid who have recently gotten their hands on what looks like a leaked Verizon document that reveals when the handset will be making its way to the carrier. The handset will be priced at $99.99 along with a new two-year contract, and it looks like the carrier will also be having a special bamboo promotion that will run until the 10th of October.
The carrier will be pricing the bamboo/white model of the new Moto X at $99.99 with a new two-year contract. This is pretty much the base price and usually for customers who want the bamboo/white model, it would have cost them $25 more, so we guess if you’d rather save the $25, then perhaps Verizon could be your carrier of choice.
Verizon has also listed the prices for the Moto Maker Edition, so if you’re after a different model with 16GB of storage, you can expect to fork out $99.99 for that ($25 for Edge customers), or you can pay $149.99 for the 32GB model ($27.49 for Edge customers).