AT&T subscribers will have a first crack at Motorola's Moto X smartphone.
Customers who opt for the standard two-year agreement can get the 16GB Moto X for $199.99 and the 32GB edition for $249.99. Those who go withwill have to cough up $27 per month for the 16GB model and $32 a month for the 32GB version.
AT&T subscribers who pick up a Moto X will also be able to tap into Moto Maker. Being touted by Motorola,is a new tool that lets you customize your phone online. You can choose such items as the color, the capacity, the wallpaper, and your phone's startup message.
Verizon is expected to offer the Moto X. The phone will also be sold by Sprint and US Cellular and will be available through Best Buy and other national retail chains.
T-Mobile won't sell the Moto X directly, at least not yet. Instead, T-Mobile subscribers can buy the phone through Motorola, a T-Mobile spokesperson told AllThingsD earlier this month.