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Starting today, the Moto X is now available from three of the four major U.S. carriers, plus U.S. Cellular. T-Mobile availability is still unknown.

Moto X colors
photo: Motorola

The Moto X has been available from AT&T and Verizon for nearly two weeks now, but you can finally get it starting today if you’re a Sprint or U.S. Cellular customer. The Moto X is officially on sale at both carriers now for $199.99.

On Sprint, $199.99 (with a two-year contract) gets you a Moto X, along with the carrier’s lifetime unlimited data guarantee. New customers switching their phone number to Sprint can get an additional $100 off. U.S. Cellular is also offering the phone for $199.99 (with contract), along with an additional $75 rebate for new customers.

These are the same prices you’ll find on AT&T and Verizon. Right now, though, AT&T still has dibs on Motorola’s Moto Maker website, which allows you to custom-design your phone with over 2,000 potential unique combinations. The rest of the carriers offer the phone in either black or white right now.

This leaves T-Mobile as the last carrier to announce Moto X availability. T-Mobile is also the only carrier that will not be selling the Moto X online or through its retail stores, at least initially. In order to buy one you’ll have to order it directly from Motorola.

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