Verizon Moto X up for grabs online Aug. 29, in stores 'in the coming weeks'

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Verizon is wasting no time getting its Moto X out to the public, or as little time as it can following AT&T’s jump start.

The carrier tweeted this afternoon that it’ll start selling the Android 4.2 phone online starting Aug. 29, with it available in stores “in the coming weeks.”

The phone will cost $199.99 on a two-year contract.

According to a Verizon rep’s tweets, Moto Maker – the online device that enables individuals to personalize their Moto X – is still on tap for “later this year,” with no various other specifics provided.

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Big Red is the 2nd carrier to chalk up a Moto X launch, with AT&T already offering the phone since Aug. 23.

According to the exact same representative, Verizon will hold the 16GB model. It’ll come in black or white, however again, customers ought to have the ability to add personal touches prior to year’s end.

The same day AT&T began slinging the Motorola-made mobile phone, a company VP uploaded on Google+ that it would refer days prior to various other carriers would begin their rollouts.

We are still waiting on Sprint, T-Mobile and UNITED STATE Cellular to out their X information, so tune in for more if you are a client on these networks. Information needs to show up post rush.