The T-Mobile HTC One is finally going to be released nationwide, after it was initially available only in a limited number of stores.
You may remember that T-Mobile had initially made the HTC One available only in “select” stores, so you had to check before going to the store (or count on your luck).
Well, it seems that the availability problems (probably caused by HTC’s own manufacturing issues, which seem to have been solved since) are all in the past. Tmo News reports that the device, which has been selling quite well, will be released nationwide on June 5, which is exactly a week from today.
As far as the price goes, the T-Mobile HTC One will set you back $99.99 upfront, and then 24 x $20 payments. If you prefer to pay for the device in full, you’ll have to shell out $579. You should also know that the device is only available in Glacial Silver for the moment.
If you’re still on the fence about buying the HTC One, you can always take a look at our review of HTC’s flagship smartphone to make up your mind.
Have you purchased the T-Mobile HTC One? Where did you get it from?