Motorola has confirmed on Twitter that its latest flagship — the Moto X (2014) — will not be arriving on Sprint’s network in the United States. This means that the handset will only be available on Verizon and AT&T this time around.
You can now place your order for a 2014 Moto X with a bamboo or leather back through AT&T. Prices start at $99.99 with a two-year contract, and shipping will begin a week today on Tuesday, September 23.
Cricket Wireless has announced that it will start selling HTC’s latest premium budget-friendly smartphone from Friday, September 19, on any of its no-contract, prepaid plans for just $149.99 upfront.
GameStop has formed a new partnership with Cricket Wireless that will see it selling smartphones in its more than 2,800 stores across the United States. Customers will be able to trade in their old phone, games consoles, and other electrical goods and put the credit towards the purchase of a new handset from Cricket.