Sprint has announced that it will start offering the Moto X for $200 with a two-year contract starting tomorrow. New customers who switch their phone number to Sprint will be able to nab the flagship handset for only $100. Sprint is the third major US carrier to offer the device, after AT&T and Verizon Wireless. Now we are just waiting for US Cellular and T-Mobile to announce their Moto X launch dates.
Sprint's Moto X model will only be available in woven black and woven white at launch, but the carrier promises Motomaker support is coming later this year. Sprint is also touting its My Way and My All-in rate plans with unlimited talk, text and data as a reason for people to choose them as their cellular provider. Sprint claims "smartphone customers can save $30 per month vs. Verizon's comparable plan with only 4GB of data."