Back in September, AT&T announced that it had plans to carry the Moto 360 at “some point in the future,” but left us to guessing for the actual release date of the device. Today, however, the carrier announced in press release that it will begin to offer the Moto 360 smartwatch on November 7th.

As far as pricing goes, the Moto 360 will cost $250 by itself, or $199 when purchased alongside a second-generation Moto X. A Moto X currently runs $99.99 with a new two-year contract from AT&T. AT&T is also going to start selling LG’s G Watch R, which is also circular, on November 5th for $299. Verizon is planning to offer the stainless steel model of the Moto 360 on its network a few days later, on November 11th.

In our review, we called the Moto 360 the best Android Wear smart watch currently available, praising its design and its battery life. You can read more about AT&T’s plans to sell the Moto 360 here.

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