HTC One

Pricing hits at $99 down with $20 monthly payments, or $249 on-contract at authorized retailers

Everyone has been waiting to get their eyes on any availability information for the HTC One, and it looks like T-Mobile is readying the device for an April 24th launch. Coming by way of a leaked internal documents giving the details, it looks as though "select stores" are going to carry the device at launch, with a big marketing push by the carrier. These select stores will have employees wearing HTC shirts and heavily promoting the device for the first few days. T-Mobile's new "Simple Choice" no-contract plans mix up the pricing as well. The One will set you back $99 down and 24 months of $20 payments, or $579 in total. Authorized retailers like Best Buy still sell devices with typical 2-year contracts, and will have the One at $249 on a "Classic Plan".

Some AT&T stores are apparently a bit relaxed on their HTC One sales dates, but if T-Mobile is your network of choice it looks like you won't have to wait much longer. Keep an eye out for official word from your local T-Mobile store to see if it will be one of the select launch stores. You can check out the leaked document after the break as well.

Source: TmoNews

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T-Mobile HTC One pegged for April 24 launch in 'select stores'

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i know this before 3 week
one of my friend work in t-Mobile he told me.

he also told me that we will not have it on 24th April, if u want then you have to go Savannah ga

Go ahead and give HTC a call. Tell them you want to give them $100 now and pay $20 a month for the next 2 years... we will wait...

How enthusiastic I am for each phone:

S4! S4! S4! S4! S4! S4! S4! S4! S4! S4! S4! S4!

M7! M7! M7! M7! M7! M7! M7! M7! M7! M7! M7! M7! M7! M7! M7! M7! M7! M7! M7! M7!

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Um, so wwwwhat does this mean for t-mobile online purchases? Their deal is to throw in a car kit. I'm an at&t customer and this car kit deal is 50% of the reason I'm waiting for this phone to come from t-mo rather than buy it from at&t. WILL THERE STILL BE A CAR KIT!?!? AGGHHHghGHghkmkdlmdwdwd

That`s crazy to pay that much for a phone. I`d rather sign a two contract and pay the lowest price for the phone, the reason for that, we all going eand paying the monthly bill. Paying $100 down an $20 x24 it`ll cost in the end $580.
Contract price after three month been releast $100 anyway without paying extra $20 a month for 24 month.
To me it`s stupid move to pay that for a phone.
And why in the hell T-Mobile always price their phones $50 over the other carriers? Are their phone better or what!.

IKR!! Why would T-Mo price their phones $50 more expensive? They should follow the other carriers and make their plans $80 more expensive PER MONTH!!!

Lol. Go add up this phone cost and 2 years on Sprint, AT&T or Verizon (as if they had the One). Then come back and complain about T-Mo.

I did the mattress, I do have a friend on T-mobile, he has for lines and I have for lines on Sprint. Both of us paying the same amount, but, I pay cheap for my phones and I get unlimited. So, yes Sprint phones way cheapper.

Here's a question... Why isn't Best Buy offering the same no-contract plan as T-mobile? I'd like to drop Sprint and sign up with T-mobile, but I like Best Buy's phone insurance plans.

Now I would love to get this on Tmo. I'm on right now with their $30 prepaid plan. I'm not about to give that up to just get the phone. Will wait and get more info before I go for it.