It’s time for the HTC One to land in the US with a launch across three major carriers. Starting today prospective customers can buy the HTC One from either Sprint, T-Mobile or AT&T. Each carrier has different prices and terms, and we will break down the details for each one below.
AT&T is selling the Glacial Silver model in 32GB and 64GB capacities with a price starting at $199 with a two-year customer agreement for the 32GB model. The 64GB version will set you back $299. AT&T is also offering the HTC One with a one-year contact. The 32GB One will cost $449, while the 64GB model will cost $549 with this shorter contract. Full retail price is $599 and $649 for the 32GB and 64GB model, respectively.
T-Mobile is selling the 32GB HTC One in Glacial Silver. The phone requires an upfront payment of $99 and a monthly payment of $20. You can pair the device with T-Mobile’s new, no-contract Simple Choice plan. Full retail price is $579. You buy the phone today online. It will be available in additional select retail channels starting April 24.
You can also buy the One from the following retailers: Best Buy, Radio Shack, Walmart, Target, Amazon.com, Costco, Car Toys, Sam’s Club, HSN.com, and HTC.com The only major carrier without launch details is Verizon Wireless. Verizon currently carries the Droid DNA from HTC and may want to phase out this months-old phone before it introduces a successor.