The price of the Moto X has been hacked at a few outlets, bringing the price from $199.99 for an on-contract, 16GB phone down to $99.99.
You'll find the new price at Motorola's Moto Maker, where you can customize an AT&T version of the handset as well as at Sprint. For its part, U.S. Cellular is not only cutting the cost of the phone but keeping its $75 "switcher bonus," which takes the on-contract handset to $24.99.
The 32GB AT&T Moto X sold on Moto Maker has a new lower price of $149.99, too.
On the carrier's website, the 16GB Moto X is still listed as $199.99, however an AT&T spokeswoman told TechRadar "models sold on wireless.att.com will also follow the same pricing structure" as the Moto Maker prices.
We've asked Verizon if it has any plans to chop its Moto X tag, and will update if we hear back.
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