We know you’re probably eyeing the HTC One after publishing our official preview and review of the device, now the question is what carrier will you be picking it up on. If you’re in the U.S., your choices are AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint. Out of those three U.S. carriers, it looks as though Spring it trying to obtain new customers the most with a new promotion it’s running for the HTC One.
If you’re not a Sprint subscriber and your current contract is ending soon, then you might want to consider making the switch to Sprint as they’re currently taking $100 off the total price of the HTC One making it only $99 with a two-year agreement. Sprint’s “Bring Your Number” discount is only good for new customers, so current Sprint customers need to pay $199 if they want their HTC One. Either way, Sprint is promising its customers will receive the device prior to it officially going on sale on April 19, which should be enough of an incentive for you to pre-order sooner rather than later.
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