HTC One Available Online for T-Mobile, Stores for Sprint, AT&T

HTC One

Although the HTC One is available today from T-Mobile, AT&T and Sprint, T-Mobile customers will need to place their orders online rather than walking into a retail location. The company has announced that the highly anticipated smartphone is available today on its website but won’t be seen in retail stores until April 24th. The HTC One is HTC’s flagship phone, packed with unique features including an Ultrapixel camera and a TV remote control. 

This new smartphone is available through T-Mobile’s new no-contract plans, which separates the cost of the phone from the service. The HTC One will cost $99.99 down with monthly payments of $20 per month for 24 months for qualified customers, bringing the phone’s total cost to $579.99. The phone will run over T-Mobile’s nascent 4G LTE network, which is only available in a handful of cities so far.

When we reviewed the HTC One, we were impressed with its gorgeous design, low-light camera and innovative home screen. However, Samsung’s highly-anticipated Galaxy S4 will launch on T-Mobile next week, and give subscribers another compelling option.

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  1. Pres Says:

    $579.99 plus tax and fees associated with the phone plus how much the monthly bill is.

  2. jb82 Says:

    What I can’t stand is the utter deception with the “uncarrier” marketing talk with pushing the idea that you are not tied in with the carrier. They forget to mention that all phones are locked to t-mobile even if you purchase outright. You need 40 days of service before they will unlock the phone for you (yes even if you purchase outright). So in reality you are locked in albeit for a minimum of 2 months. Plus then you have the trouble of having to call in and try to get a customer service person to cancel the contract with all the stress and hassle that brings.

    Same with the iphone 5. There is a lot of talk of t-mobile being cheaper than apple direct $580 vs $650 but if you add the $100 of service you have to have with t-mobile then you end up paying more.

    Of course if you actually want service with t-mobile then all the ranting means nothing to you … but the point is you are tied to the carrier with t-mobile one way or another despite all their new plans and talk.

  3. Kima Says:

    @jb82 Do your research properly before you make a cooments.

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