Although Motorola’s latest smartphone, the Moto X, has been available from AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon for the past three weeks, U.S. Cellular has only just announced that it too is selling the handset.
Customers can order the black variant of the Moto X from the operator’s online store today for $99.99 upfront on any its two-year contracts. Unfortunately, those wishing to grab a handset in their nearest bricks-and-mortar store will have to wait a little longer for the stock arrive.
U.S. Cellular also stated that it will be adding black leather and bamboo customization options to its lineup later this month following a mandatory review of interest. Customers who opt for these variants will be required to pay an additional $50 to cover the cost of materials.
Hit the source link below to find out more about the handset over on U.S. Cellular’s official website.