On Monday night, we showed you a leaked internal document from Sprint that showed that the nation's third largest carrier would be giving its customers access to the Moto Maker website starting on Monday, November 11th. AT&T, of course, currently has an exclusive on the Moto Maker site which allows potential purchasers of the Motorola Moto X to customize the device.
Today, a tweet from Nobel Leak Prize winner evleaks revealed that T-Mobile customers will have access to the Moto Maker site starting on Friday. That includes the million new customers T-Mobile added to its rolls in the third quarter. Verizon subscribers are expected to eventually be able to use the Moto Maker site, possibly in time for the holidays. That leaves U.S. Cellular and it is unknown whether that carrier will join the others who are able to offer customized Moto X units to their customers.
Yesterday, evleaks tweeted a picture of the four wooden back panels that have been delayed, saying that they will eventually be offered to Moto X buyers through the Moto Maker website.