The Motorola Moto X has been available for purchase from AT&T and Verizon for almost two weeks, but those who've been waiting for it to come to Sprint will be able to join in on the fun tomorrow, September 6th. Like Verizon, Sprint will be selling it for $199.99 with contract and is only offering it in black or white, at least for now.
Additionally, US Cellular has announced that it too will offer the Moto X starting tomorrow, September 6th for $199.99 on contract. US Cellular is sweetening the deal for those that preorder the device online with a free Motorola Boom Bluetooth headset valued at $59.99. With the Moto X arriving on Sprint and US Cellular, and already available on Verizon and AT&T, that only leaves T-Mobile to announce when it will begin selling the device.
Update: An earlier version of this article stated that the Moto X would be available for purchase from US Cellular later this month, not tomorrow. The article has been updated to clarify the availability.
Update 2: An earlier version of this article stated that Motorola has not made any announcements for worldwide availability for the Moto X. The company reached out to clarify that the Moto X is currently available from Rogers in Canada and can be ordered online in Brazil. It will be available in stores in Brazil in the coming weeks, and will be available from Movistar and Claro in Chile starting tomorrow, September 6th. The article has been updated to account for this information and we regret the error.