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If for some reason Boost and Virgin’s offers failed to convince you until now, the next days seem like the ideal moment to go from postpaid to prepaid, courtesy of a “yard sale” organized in collaboration with RadioShack. Three HTC phones are offered for heavily discounted prices through the retailer, while two other new handhelds from ZTE and Samsung have launched with RadioShack on the cheap.

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HTC might be falling behind fiscally, but that hasn’t stopped it from bringing its HTC One V to Cricket Wireless, it seems. The One V is a reasonably powered basic phone, though it certainly isn’t going to blow anyone away. The Cricket version will start selling on September 2nd for a price of $269.99, without a contract.

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It seems that we won’t have to wait but a couple of weeks for RadioShack to get into the mobile carrier business. At least that’s what a leaked screenshot picked up by Engadget suggests, also “announcing” the exact date when RadioShack No Contract Wireless will be live.

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With the original One series failing to shake off HTC’s run of bad financial luck, it’s high time for the Taiwanese to start adding some new blood to their lineup. We reported before about the supposed arrival of HTC One X+, which should boast superior specs to its predecessor, including a NVIDIA Tegra 3+ processor. Now we’re hearing there’s a sequel in the works for the HTC One V, tentatively named as HTC Proto. The Verge got the first scoop on the HTC Proto and its improved specs over the One V. It’s rumored to come with a dual-core Snapdragon S4…

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The HTC One V is the smallest member of the One series, and, although it’s not as attractive (that chin…) or smart as its siblings, it’s certainly no ugly slouch either. The HTC One V is about to get even more interesting, especially if you regularly consume media on your HD TV. A fresh update to the One V enables compatibility with HTC’s media streaming accessory, the MediaLink HD. Just as its name suggests, the MediaLink will let you easily connect your smartphone to your HD television set. HTC claims that the whole setup process only takes a minute, and…

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Less than 24 hours after reporting on Virgin Mobile, the first US carrier to sell HTC’s One V, the entry-level ICS-powered smartphone has been officially confirmed as hitting other networks across the States. According to an HTC press release issued earlier today, the One V should already be up for sale at US Cellular, but also on twenty-seven regional carriers which are members of something called ACG (Associated Carriers Group). As far as we can tell, US Cellular’s website still doesn’t mention anything about the One V’s availability, but it’s safe to assume that the handheld will pop up online…

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Almost two months after reporting on a rumor that HTC’s One V is set to hit several US carriers this summer, the rumor has finally proven true and the mid-range phone is available for sale stateside. The first carrier to offer the most modest phone in the HTC One trio is Virgin Mobile, who’s practically begging you to get the handheld off their hands with one heck of a deal. $199.99 is Virgin’s price for the One V, and the best part of the deal is that you won’t be asked to sign a carrier agreement of any sorts. Taking…

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HTC’s high-end One X has been available for quite some time in Australia, but the mid-range One S and low-end One V are nowhere to be found at any Aussie major carrier right now. However, we knew that it was only a matter of time until Australian tech users will be able to enjoy HTC’s entire One series of smartphones, and now ausdroid.net has gotten an anonymous tip confirming the coming of the S and V. According to the source, the One S and V will be made available in the near future via Optus, Australia’s second largest mobile carrier…