Possible Moto X owners looking for an alternative network will be pleased to know that Verizon will begin selling the device online by Thursday, this week (a retail launch will occur in the next few weeks). Of course, the irony of this being that the Droid Ultra is in fact everything that the Moto X is, with the same features in a different body.
The only pro to buying a Moto X on Verizon would have been color customization, but that isn’t the case (at least for now), because AT&T has an exclusive on the Moto Maker service. The price will be $199 on a new 2-year contract, just like the HTC One, Galaxy S4, and iPhone 5.
Via: VZW (Twitter)