Rogers Moto X priced $20 cheaper at Best Buy for $169.99

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  • Rich

    I’m curious how this will sell, although if I was in the market for an Android device this wouldn’t even be on my radar.

  • hunkyleepickle

    My device deserve should be here on Wednesday, not sure if I’ll pick one up outright or not. Certainly not a device I would sign onto one of those delightful 2 year contracts for however!

  • Sukdis Knaatz

    I can see myself picking this up about a year from now, when it’s nice and cheap. It’s a solid phone all around. It might not be a spec giant, and that’s fine by me, but it seems to be running smoothly, built well, and comes with a few nice additions thrown in.

    I am also waiting to see what Nexus 5 brings to the table.

    Buying outright is the way to go.

    Like the rest of us, I was very disappointed by the initial price of Moto X.

  • Brett Emslie

    Anyone locate one in stock Edmonton yet?

  • Jonathan G.

    Rogers price matches deals right? Perhaps I will ask them about it when I go to pick up mine.

  • Jonathan G.

    Rogers price matches deals right? Perhaps I will ask them about it when I go to pick up mine.

  • Balls O’Steele

    Still too high, needs to be $399 off contract before I would give up my N4

    • Me Ted

      This to the nth degree. I’m not sure what they’re thinking over at Motorola. For $50 more I can get a relatively superior HTC One.

  • sanchela

    I’d rateher chop my hand off than signing up with Rogers. They steal all good phones and make them unusable. Just remeber Nokia N8, a wonderful penta-bend device that Robbers snitched and totally killed it for Canadian consumers, although it could have been used on any network and was light years ahead of any competition.

  • James Marshall

    Best Buy often sell phones much cheaper than the carriers. I got a Nexus 4 on Fido for free instead of $50 plus tax.