AT&T and Sprint HTC One going for $79.99 up-front for new customers, $99.99 for upgrades

Amazon's one-day sale on the Sprint and AT&T HTC One has begun. For today only, HTC's latest handset is being sold at a reduced price of $79.99 if you're a new customer, or $99.99 for upgrades, which is a pretty good discount on our favorite Android phone of the moment.

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sMt73 says:

Will have my stealth black one on Monday on AT&T. Keeping my Verizon account with my DNA for work. The One for play =)

still1 says:

best Android device. the deal is a steal for this device

Habiib says:

Agreed... Almost too good to pass up.

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LROBLES46 says:

I'm guessing the NO SERVICE PLAN device is locked to AT&T ?

Psosmith82 says:

remember, there is an additional 400.00 cancellation fee if you cancel your line before 181 days. So that means if you cancel, there will be a 400.00 charge from Amazon, and a 350 fee from your service provider. Is that really worth the extra 100 off?

Ahh, I'm so torn. I'm been flipping back and forth since seeing the article here yesterday. Might just stick with my GNexus for a little longer b/c I really don't want to sign a new contract.

I am in the same boat. I have the Samsung Galaxy Nexus that I bought. I want that pure Android experience, quick updates and Google Wallet. But the HTC One hardware is nice. I don't want to pay that $600 price for the HTC One Nexus. My work delivered my a HTC One from T-Mobile...but I am thinking about sending it back and not taking this as my upgrade. My hope is that Google Introduces a "Google Nexus" device this fall with Android 5.0. That device will be $299/$349.

Smith Lene says:

Exactly... waiting for that. My contract is ending this Aug. HTC and GS4 are tempting. But just biting my fingers waiting for Google Nexus 5..

drewbyh says:

Keep in mind that if you currently have unlimited data on AT&T you won't be able to keep it with this deal. You'll have to choose a new plan.

Only1Z says:

Correct...but if you get the upgrade through AT&T directly, then you do get to keep it. :-)

swimmaholic says:

While I have the s4, the One is certainly a beautiful and powerful device. Cheers to who ever takes advantage of this deal!

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afazel says:

Anyone know if you still get the $100 per line porting credit from Sprint if you take this deal?

deadpenguins says:

Today is my birthday, and I've been sitting on an upgrade for 6 months. This would have been an awesome way to treat myself, if only VZW wasn't such a floppy flounder. Curse you.

If only my upgrade was now and not two weeks from now... #firstworldproblems

jlczl says:

No more contracts for me. At&t with there outrageous monthly fees can take someone else's money.

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ses2017 says:

Got mine at 3 am. Bye bye verizon. 12 years with them and the same old bs. Wait 4 or 5 months after everyone else because they need special manufacturing due to type of cdma they use. Tired of no loyalty to loyal customers also. Hello, Ma Bell.

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biln says:

Not that good a deal, I got mine for $99 about a month ago after I traded in my dust collecting droid.

SlimJ87D says:

I think Costco is still the better deal, especially if you're in CA. They don't charge taxes on the whole phone itself but the wholesale price and they wave the upgrade fee ($36) in addition to giving you a free extra car charger/ac adapter in one, case and screen protector at $129.99.

kisokolo says:

That's great deal...

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loveluck says:

Now onile girls

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