T-Mobile has already announced that the HTC one will be coming to its network for $50 down and monthly payments. AT&T will reportedly opening pre-sales on April 4 online and April 5 in stores. The device will set customers back $249.99 for the 32GB version in either black or silver.
The 64GB AT&T exclusive will be available at a later date and will come in at $299.99. Of course, both devices come with a two-year contract at the listed prices. Meanwhile, a leaked RadioShack ad suggests that Sprint will have the HTC One available for $199.99 and that it will come with a $50 Google Play credit. This could be a RadioShack-only price and Sprint could use the same pricing as AT&T. The Google Play credit is likely a RadioShack-only promotion.
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