Component shortages have delayed the U.S. launch of HTC One. The manufacturer is obviously not happy about that, since unavailability of the product might see prospective customers shift their interest to other latest offerings such as the Galaxy S4, which too is yet to hit U.S. soil. HTC has got its marketing guns blazing nonetheless. The image shows HTC One signage that RadioShack is starting to receive and display on its stores. Promotional signs for both AT&T and Sprint versions are being received.

On a two-year contract with Sprint, the HTC One will cost $199.99. A couple of extras have been thrown in to sweeten the deal. Customers that sign up for a new two-year contract will receive a $50 Google Play gift card. RadioShack will also be shaving off $10 on the contract price of the HTC One, which then comes down to $189.99. As far as the other carriers are concerned, Verizon is not getting the HTC One, though recent rumors have us believing on the contrary, whereas T-Mobile is no longer in business with RadioShack. Does this sound like a good enough deal to you?

[Image via AndroidCentral]

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