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HTC One Pre-Order Countdown: AT&T Wants $249.99

Loie Favre

HTC is set to roll out in April and lots of fans are getting pretty stoked! Looks like they won't have to wait much longer to start pre-ordering the One. A picture from an anonymous source arrived at Engadget, showing an interesting thing or two. For one, HTC One pre-orders with AT&T in the US, as well as interesting price comparisons with other mobile carriers like Sprint and T-Mobile

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It's all about finding the best deal and the best service. A new leaked photo showing an internal system from AT&T, sent by an incognito insider, shows that the pre-sales will begin as of April 5th, just 3 days from now! Not only that, you might be able to do your online orders as early as the 4th! If you are an avid fan, I would get on it right away. I have a feeling this device will be selling like a hot cakes, in clear competition with Samsung Galaxy S4's release on April 16. This will definitely create an interesting number race once both devices launch. The reported released device will be the 32GB version and will cost $249.99 with a contract on that day.

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Some leaked goods for ya'll. / © Engadget

If you want to wait for more RAM, it will take a bit longer, since the 64GB device will be coming out later in April at $299.99. Just $50 more for double the RAM: would you wait?

Other mobile carriers will obviously be trying to lure in clients with their offers, like T-Mobile for example, who is is offering the HTC One for $99 up front. Along with this price comes the disappointing ''coming soon'' message, another side-effect of HTC's production problems.

For those Sprint fans, it's also been suggested that this mobile carrier will offer the illustrious device at $199.99 with a two-year contract.

Now it's up to the fans to make the call. Do you wait for the 64GB version to finally make an appearance or do you jump at the occasion to pre-order? Which mobile carrier offers the best deal? Those lucky son-of-a-guns in Germany, the UK and Taiwan have already got their hands on it. Other countries will just have to be patient for few more days.

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  • CJ Brown Apr 4, 2013 Link

    AT&T can suck it (so can Verizon & Sprint) .... If HTC wants me back? Then they need to bring better No Contract Smart Phones into the market & stop relying on Contract Carriers