It’s on. With LG’s G2, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 and Sony’s Xperia Z1 all looming on the horizon, it was only a matter of time until America’s leading wireless carriers realized they couldn’t hope to sell the Moto X for $200 with contracts and started the bidding war.
And now it’s on. First, Verizon shaved 60 bucks off X’s list price, courtesy of a promo code that’s since expired. Even if it hadn’t though, US Cellular has already lowered the bar, selling the conventional “woven black” and “woven white” variants for just $124.99. With the usual 24-month pacts, of course.
Though USC’s deal is certainly lucrative and for the time being the most lucrative in all 50 American states, there is one important catch that you have to weigh in before committing to the carrier. Namely, you still technically have to cough up 200 bucks upon the purchasing of a Moto X, out of which $75 will be refunded as a MasteCard Debit Card if you don’t forget to fill out a rebate form.
At the same time, something tells me we’re in for other, possibly even more profitable promotions in the near future, so you might be wiser to hold off for a little longer. Who knows, maybe Verizon, T-Mobile or Sprint will bring Moto X’s price down to $100 or even $50. Now wouldn’t that be something worth waiting for?
<Source: The Droid Guy>