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The time has finally come for smartphone fans in the United States to choose which device they’ll pick up next – the HTC One M9, Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge. All three flagships go on sale in the U.S. today, and if you’re interested, you can run out and grab any of the three at your favorite brick-and-mortar locations.

We’ve already published a post on where to get the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, so now let’s move our focus towards the HTC One M9.

Read More: HTC One M9 goes on sale today: 11 things you should know

U.S. Carriers

All four major U.S. carriers now offer the HTC One M9 online and in-store, and we’ll walk you through all of the different pricing structures for each carrier.

AT&T

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AT&T customers can grab a One M9 in Gold on Silver or Gunmetal Gray color options. The phone only comes in a 32GB storage option, but luckily there’s a MicroSD card slot present on the device. Like the other four carriers, the price of the One M9 varies considerably whether you’re buying the phone unlocked, on-contract or through AT&T’s Next plan.

To get the phone on a two-year contract, you’ll need to pay $199.99 upfront. If you decide to lease the phone, you’ll owe between $23.64 and $35.45 per month depending on which Next plan you choose. For those who’d like to buy the phone off-contract from AT&T, you’ll owe the carrier $708.99.

For more details on pricing, features, or to buy now, click on the link below:

Verizon

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The HTC One M9 on Verizon is being offered in both Gold on Silver and Gunmetal Gray color options. Verizon will sell you the phone with or without a contract, or they’ll let you lease the device.

On a two-year contract, the One M9 will run you $199.99. To buy the phone off-contract through the carrier, you’ll owe $599.99 – considerably less than AT&T’s off-contract price. If you decide to go with a Verizon Edge plan, you’ll owe the carrier $24.99 per month for 24 months.

For more details on pricing, features, or to buy now, click on the link below:

Sprint

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Just like the previous two carriers, the One M9 can be yours through Sprint in Gold on Silver or Gunmetal Gray color options. Multiple buying options are available on Sprint as well, so let’s take a look at the pricing breakdown.

You can buy a Sprint HTC One M9 on a two-year contract for $199.99. You can also lease the device for 12 months and pay $30 per month, or lease it for 24 months and pay $20 per month. If you’re interested in buying it off-contract through the carrier, you’ll need to pay $648.00.

For more details on pricing, features, or to buy now, click on the link below:

T-Mobile

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Both color options are available if you’d like to purchase the phone on T-Mobile. This carrier operates a little bit differently from the other three, so let’s take a look at your options.

If you’d like to make monthly payments on your new device, you’ll pay $0 down (assuming your credit is okay), and owe $27.08 per month for 24 months. Buying the phone off-contract will run you $649.92.

For more details on pricing, features, or to buy now, click on the link below:

Retailers

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There are a number of retailer partners (online and in-store) where you can pick up the One M9 and sign up for service with your favorite carrier. HTC says that Costco Wholesale will eventually the device, but it’s not live on the retailer’s website quite yet. Here’s a list of some of the best places to begin your search for the HTC One M9:

If you’re not a fan of two-year contracts, HTC also has the One M9 available in both Unlocked and Developer editions. Both versions are available in Gold on Silver and Gunmetal Gray color options and will run you $649. If you’re looking for the Amber Gold variant, you’ll have to spring for the Unlocked device through HTC.com.

For more details on pricing, features, or to buy now, click on the link below:

Know of any other great places to buy, or special promos going on for the HTC One M9? Be sure to let us know in the comments. We’ll also be sure to update this post in the days to come as we learn more about possible promotions and deals related to HTC’s latest flagship.