News by Luke Jones on Wednesday November 05, 2014.
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A couple of the biggest carriers in the United States have announced this week that they will be selling the Moto 360 Android Wear smartwatch this month. AT&T signalled its intentions yesterday, while T-Mobile has followed suit today with confirmation that it will be selling the most popular wearable currently on the market. The two follow Verizon as Big Red already confirmed the Moto 360 for sale on November 11th.AT&T was a little vague on exactly when the Motorola built smartwatch would find its way to the network. Ma Bell said yesterday the device would be available "some point in the future," but offered no date. The second largest carrier in the country did offer some price details though, saying that the 360 would cost $250 upfront or $199 when purchased alongside a 2014 Moto X. Motorola's flagship currently costs $99 with a two year service agreement. For reference, the company also confirmed recently that it will offer the LG G Watch R, perhaps Motorola's biggest Android Wear rival. LG's effort will cost $299. T-Mobile followed AT&T today as the fourth largest carrier issued a Tweet that confirmed that the Moto 360 will be coming to the Uncarrier network on November 12th. Doing the opposite to AT&T, T-Mobile confirmed the launch date but failed to say what price the device would come with.
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