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[Poll] HTC One Arrives Today on Major US Carriers. Are You Buying It?

Steven Blum
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Today, the HTC One is finally going up for sale on three major US carriers – Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile. The phone has racked up a number of extremely positive reviews and we have reason to believe it will sell like hotcakes....at least until the Galaxy S4 goes on sale.

Here's the pricing information for the HTC One, carrier by carrier:

  • T-Mobile: The HTC One costs $99.99 up front, as well as $20 monthly for 24 months. This is the result of T-Mobile's new strategy which does away with contracts and instead allows you to switch carriers at any time. You can also purchase an HTC One for $579.99 flat. The phone shops with a free car dock for a limited time.
  • AT&T: The HTC One costs $199.99 on a 2-year contract, or can be purchased for $599.99 flat.
  • Sprint: The HTC One costs $99.99 if you sign up for a 2-year contract and bring your own number from your previous carrier. If you don't bring your own number, the phone is $199. So that's that.

I, for one, would choose T-Mobile's plan since I would rather not be burdened by a contract. A down payment of $99 seems like a great deal for such a top-drawer device.

Now for the poll!

Are You Planning on Buying an HTC One?

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  • bits Apr 19, 2013 Link

    mine is already on the way + free htc media link ...t-mobile deal, The Netherlands :-)

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  • Jon Garrett Apr 20, 2013 Link

    nope, waiting for the S4!!

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  • Jango Apr 20, 2013 Link
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  • Ti Mo Apr 20, 2013 Link

    Hahaha Steven I voted for the last one just because that option was available! hahaha :D

    I am missing the no, i like my phone and the no, i want another phone option though

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  • Holger Kelm Apr 20, 2013 Link

    Why should I buy it? Ugly metal feeling? HTC Update Politics? I like the plastic shine of a tech powered s4;)

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  • Harris Apr 20, 2013 Link

    any idea about its battery life. ? does 2300.mAh have the ability to go on 3g for the entire day or at least half day...... there are many different reports available over the websites....what to believe ?

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  • gman737 Apr 20, 2013 Link

    Yes! I'm going to pick one up from Verizon today...oh...nevermind.

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  • Dvoraak Apr 21, 2013 Link

    Nope nope nope. The phone looks awesome but expandable storage is a deal breaker for me.

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    Guy Devos Apr 22, 2013 Link

    While I think the One is an awesome phone, it's not for me. I need expandable storage and replacable battery. I have a Note 2 and I won't be changing it any time soon. It's the best smartphone available.

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  • Philipp Junghannß (My1) Apr 22, 2013 Link

    I agree with Devos.
    I also have the N2 and with my 2 extra betteries I could watch the whole Day Video if I need it, e.g. for a long train ride...
    and also 32GB arent enough for that, that's why I am happy to have my 64GB microSD, which was even gifted by Samsung...

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