HTC One available in the U.S. starting today

by: Bogdan BeleApril 19, 2013


HTC One, the company’s flagship smartphone and the device it counts on to get out of the current rough patch, is now available nationwide in the U.S., at AT&T, Sprint, as well as a variety of other retailers.

In an e-mail to the press, HTC rounds up some essential details about the HTC One’s availability, starting with the operators.

AT&T has the HTC One online and in its retail locations: the 32 GB version costs $199.99, while the 64 GB one is $299.99, both with a two-year contract. Pre-orders are reportedly already shipping.

Sprint offers the 32 GB version at $199.99 with a two-year contract, but you can get it for $99 if you switch from your current operator.

Also important is that all of the versions available at the moment are in silver, with a black 32 GB version coming to AT&T and Sprint in the coming weeks. T-Mobile will also be getting the 32 GB silver version, with HTC saying that it will happen “soon” (T-Mobile already has it available for pre-order, with a bonus car dock, shipping April 24).

The HTC One is also available at various electronic retailers including BestBuy, Radio Shack, Walmart, Target,, Costco, Car Toys, Sam’sClub, and (where it’s priced $574.99 unlocked).

HTC will support the HTC One launch with its HTC One Live Experience, including concerts by Pharell and Grouplove today, as well as the Manchester Orchestra next week.

If you’re in the U.S., do you plan on getting an HTC One? Where will you get it from?

  • Nick Clover

    I received my 64GB version from AT&T on the 17th b/c of overnight shipping and I have to say It’s a world better than my old iPhone 4, the screen is fantastic, the camera is better than your eyes in the dark and the phone is packed with useful features that you simply cant get on an iPhone. Does get hot though…

  • Bennie

    Today I receive mine and I’m really eager to get my hands to enjoy this spectacular and beautiful phone!

  • julieak

    i would not buy htc phones.
    they will go out of business by next year.

    • leoingle

      You apparently dont know your ass from a hole in the ground.

    • Arsenal™


      What a Joke!

  • Darktanone

    Any lines? There were lines at just about every T-mobile store for the launch of the six month old iPhone 5 and the older iPhones on their network. They weren’t long lines, like you’ll see for the next iPhone launch, but lines nonetheless.


    I’m getting HTC ONE, 64G,today!!

    • James Murphy

      make sure to tell us what u think about your new ONE :)