Over the past few weeks we have consistently been hearing rumors about Moto Maker, the online customization tool for Moto X, being opened up to all major carriers in the U.S. When the Moto X was announced back in August, Motorola revealed that Moto Maker will initially be exclusive to AT&T customers. The November 11th date was thrown around quite a lot, it was actually believed that only Verizon will get access to the customization tool on this date. However, Motorola has finally opened it up to Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon.

Just yesterday we saw a leaked screenshot which hinted that these three carriers will be getting Moto Maker access soon. Couple Moto Maker with the recent price cuts the Moto X has gotten on these major carriers, this is perhaps the right time to pick up a Moto X if you’ve been holding off on purchasing it. Through Moto Maker, customers can select custom colors for the device’s front edge and back plate as well as choose from a plethora of accents. Colored peripherals can be purchased as well through the tool, and last but not the least, customers can also add custom engraving on the back of their new Moto X. If you’re enticed enough to head down this road, don’t forget to check out our test run of Moto Maker.

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