The T-Mobile HTC One sign up page has been updated, and the changes bring only good news to early adopters. The T-Mobile HTC One, priced at $99 with monthly installments and no contract, will now come with a free car dock, while stocks last. T-Mo is also throwing in a $100 Visa card when users trade-in their old device.
The signup page includes some of the specifics of the offer, namely that, in order to take advantage of it, users must register to get information about the smartphone until April 4th, buy the device by April 26th, and trade-in the smartphone they’re currently using (in working state) by April 31st.
The Visa card worth $100 (or the trade-in value of the old phone, whichever is higher) will be received by customers after the proof of purchase of the HTC One is sent to T-Mobile, along with the old phone. However, the free dock isn’t conditioned by the trade-in, with the only requirement being that the device is bought online.
Those planning to purchase HTC’s new flagship device will have quite a few options, as AT&T is also rumored to be starting pre-orders for HTC’s new flagship on April 5th.
While you’re waiting for the HTC One, you can watch our video review of the device below (and read the text version here):
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If they ever announce a date I will. And stop pissing people off with the delays. Exclusives and stupidity. They act like this is their first time making a device. If it was so hard to get components for the ultrpixel camera, was it really worth it if it was going to cause supply shortages? Shouldnt this have been anticipated in advanced? They arent new to this.But all the drama surrounding the launch you’d think they were.