AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile will all be carrying the HTC One – and there are a number of pricing options, depending on the carrier.
There are even some freebies on the table for shoppers.
Sprint is offering the 32 GB variant of the device with a two-year contract for $199.99, but those who switch from another operator to Sprint will get a $100 free credit.
AT&T has the HTC One both online and at brick and mortar stores.
The 32 GB variant is priced at $199.99 with a two-year contract, while the 64 GB model is listed at $299.99 with a two-year contract. AT&T HTC One pre-orders are already on the way to shoppers, according to reports.
The current color available is silver, but AT&T and Sprint will receive the black color in a 32 GB model in the next few weeks.
T-Mobile has started taking orders for 32 GB silver version of the handset, and is also offering a free car dock to those who place orders online.
The unlocked version of the device costs $574.99 and is available at several retailers. The list includes; RadioShack, BestBuy, Amazon.com, Target, Walmart, Car Toys, Costco, HTC.com, Sams’ Club and HSN.com.
HTC is promoting the handset through the HTC One Live Experience Tour, which includes concerts by Grouplove and Pharell taking place today, along with the Manchester Orchestra next week.
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