AT&T announces plans to carry HTC One

AT&T announces plans to carry HTC One

As if we expected anything else, AT&T has officially climbed on board the HTC One train. A press release hitting the wires just now says that Ma Bell will offer the handset in two color options (silver or black) and in two storage capacities (32GB or 64GB). Much like Sprint and T-Mobile, AT&T is reluctant to list a price or exact time frame.  We’ve heard $199 and $299 respectively and a March 22 availability but that’s not yet confirmed. In the meanwhile, why not see how the HTC One stacks up against the HTC One X+.

“As our lives become increasingly mobile, our smartphones play the vital role of keeping us connected to the things we value most in life,” said Jeff Bradley, senior vice president-Devices, AT&T.  “The HTC One’s revolutionary way of tapping into your day-to-day activities and creating a truly personalized experience, combined with AT&T’s lightning fast 4G LTE network, make sure you have access to the information you want, when you need it.”


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  1. Sprntjoke
    February 19, 11:21 Reply

    Yep, later this year, just like Sprint 4G was coming to your city ‘later in the year’. Oh wait, scrap that, Sprint LTE is now coming. Check back tomorrow! Sprint is a joke, you get what you pay for.

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