HTC One in gold

UK retailers selling golden handset on-contract

Remember the gold HTC One? No, not the real gold HTC One — the one that's still made of aluminum but has a pale gold-colored exterior. The most exclusive of all the HTC One colors is now available from UK retailers Carphone Warehouse and Phones 4u. Both outlets are selling the phone on-contract, but apparently not SIM-free, so you'll need to sign up for a monthly plan to get your hands on the champagne-hued device.

Carphone Warehouse and Phones 4u have deals on all the major UK networks except Three, with prices ranging between £17 and £62 per month depending on monthly data allowances and how much you want to pay upfront for the phone. The cheapest deal for a "free" gold HTC One is a £29 per month plan on Vodafone with 1GB of 3G data.

Source: Carphone Warehouse, Phones 4u

There are 13 comments

Nexusmaniac says:

Yay, gold :/ It just looks weird

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Looks better than the real gold One though (oddly enough)...

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alexlam24 says:

Your move apple

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jdbii says:

Good looking phone.

drokssilva says:

Its so pretty

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hodan says:

I love the colors on this phone.

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do want! what radios does it come with? Will it work with at&t / tmo?

jorgeix says:

I love mine in blue, my all time favorite color... not bad in gold color though.

tigerchilly says:

Why do Americans hate us brits...we're not all snobs.

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jimbo says:

No hate comments here.
Americans do not hate Briits.

Americans have an appreciation of and affinity to Brits, Canadians, Aussies, and New Zealanders.

return_0 says:

All Americans I know love Brits... :)

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swagsaunders says:

I second this!

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K White1 says:

Nice, I wish gold and other colors were available months ago, but I feel stuck with silver, now.