After debuting on AT&T, then making its way to Verizon, the Moto X has reached the Now Network. Sprint's Moto X is on sale, and you can get a solid deal if you're coming over from a rival carrier. After the contract subsidy and a $100 port-in credit, you only have to pay $99 for the device. Not your situation? Sorry, that'll be $199.

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The Moto X is the first device from Motorola that is fully backed by Google. It runs atop the Motorola X8 computing platform, which enables those neat always-on features. The Moto X on Sprint does support LTE, but Sprint's LTE footprint is still tiny.

Moto Maker is still exclusive to AT&T devices, so you can choose between the black or white device. Hey, at least you're not on T-Mobile where the Moto X may never be sold in stores.

[Moto X on Sprint]

Ryan Whitwam
Ryan is a tech/science writer, skeptic, lover of all things electronic, and Android fan. In his spare time he reads golden-age sci-fi and sleeps, but rarely at the same time. His wife tolerates him as few would.

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  • MO

    I'd buy it if it wasn't for Sprints slowest network.

    Ill keep my N4 on Tmobile for now.

    • Bryant

      True story. Just came from sprint. Don't regret paying twice as much for service I can actually use at Verizon.

    • Derail Doax

      I'm glad you already started a thread about this. I can't warn people enough about how Sprint has gone so far downhill. As an eleven year Sprint customer I can't wait to run away from them to AT&T or Verizon. I held out hopes that LTE would save my now miserable experience with them but honestly I'm just even more let down by Sprint now more than ever. I was happy with them a couple years back with my EVO 4G(WiMAX). A year ago they did their Network Vision upgrades and their 3G EVDO was pulling 1Mbps connections; it was awesome. But their 3G network has gone downhill and now only provides 200-400 Kbps throughout Seattle. Whenever I find a pocket of LTE it ranges from 800 Kbps to 4.0 Mbps. Absolutely terrible LTE speeds. Right now I'm in Waikiki on vacation and I have 6 of 6 bars on 3G, but their data network is completely unusable. I can't even run a Speed test; it does nothing. Trying to use Google Voice returns nothing but texts that won't send out.

      The straw that broken my camels back was that I called them last week complaining about dropped calls at my house which is in a 1 bar LTE area, I requested a Airrave for free like they had offered me months before when I didn't have home internet, but they refused and said now it would be $130 for one. So essentially I pay them approx $140 a month for a family plan with two phones on it which provides unreliable voice calls and unusable data speeds. I had to go buy home internet because I get such unreliable data speeds and would like to be able to use the free Airrave. So essentially I'm paying them for voice and data which don't work and I get to pay for an internet connection and pay for an Airrave to provide myself with a better voice experience. How about instead of that I just pay Verizon for a large nationwide LTE network...... Sprint you sell the idea of unlimited data but your network is garbage. Good riddens!

      Tl;Dr... I'm crying about paying for garbage Sprint service and I'm switching to Verizon.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=708741524 Robb Nunya

      I get good data speeds on Sprint. Maybe you should move somewhere decent.

  • CJ

    "Not your situation? $199!"

    *logs into sprint account*

    $549 for Moto X!