Motorola and three of its carrier partners - AT&T, Sprint and US Cellular - are now offering the Moto X for just $99.99 with a 2-year contract. That's exactly $100 lower than the original asking price of the US-assembled smartphone.
US Cellular has an even better offer - the carrier will give you $75 back if you opt to open a new line and the Moto X will cost you just $24.99.
Meanwhile Verizon is still selling the Moto X for $199.99 with a two-year agreement. All you get there is the option to trade-in an old Motorola from Verizon, for up to $100 credit.
T-Mobile's only option is the SIM-free and unlocked Moto X for $599.99.
You can explore your options on the Motorola's official website. Note that some of these offers are available only through Motorola's online shop and not through the carrier's dedicated Moto X pages (as it is the case with AT&T's model).
Now that the price of the Moto X has dropped to a more reasonable level, would you consider getting one?