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T-Mobile says its Moto X variant will only sell through Motorola at first

Jon Fingas, @jonfingas
August 2, 2013
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While it's well-known that the Moto X will launch on multiple US carriers, it turns out that T-Mobile customers won't have the easiest time buying one -- at least, not at first. The provider's Mike Sievert has confirmed to AllThingsD that the T-Mobile Moto X variant will only be available through Motorola itself in the short term. He hints that the network could offer the Android flagship in its stores, but any announcements would come later. Pricing also remains a mystery; it's not clear if Motorola will offer UnCarrier-style down payments instead of asking shoppers to pay in full. Either way, T-Mobile fans who crave a Moto X should be prepared to jump through some hoops.

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