HTC One coming to T-Mobile for as low as $99

HTC One coming to T-Mobile for as low as $99

T-Mobile just announced that it is officially moving to no-contract plans, where it will offer a “new” way to buy phones. Along those lines, The Verge is reporting that T-Mobile will launch the Samsung Galaxy S4 on May 1. Let’s pile it on, shall we?

It is rumored that T-Mobile will launch the HTC One for $99 up-front, presumably with a $15-$20 monthly installment plan to pay off.

htc_one_cropped2It will be available in form of 24-month plan, which can be cancelled anytime, provided the cost of the phone is fully paid. With T-Mobile cranking up their game, do you think it is time AT&T and Verizon should start taking T-Mo more seriously? Tell us about it in the comment box below.

Source: The Verge

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  1. Uriah Romero
    April 01, 14:06 Reply

    I think it’s exciting that the HTC One will be available for $99 from T-Mobile. It’s cool that a fast processor, better camera and a 1080p display is more accessible to more people. Since it takes a while to get there, I like to kill time while I’m on my way to and from work at DISH by watching my live and recorded shows on my phone. I can stream from my DVR wherever I am going with the DISH Anywhere app and I think it will work wonderfully on a full HD display.

    • Allen Wang
      April 03, 09:41 Reply

      you’re missing the point….they are selling the phone at full retail price….$99 up front + $20+ a month for 24 months!!! ….this will make the phone $579+ tax etc.

      • Ultimo Cordero
        April 06, 19:03 Reply

        its only free if you are getting the crappy as hell phones. I was under contract and I had to keep my MyTouch because the cheapest deal I could get on an S3 was like $300 to UPGRADE. No love for contract holders.This makes it easier.

        • Allen Wang
          May 01, 18:18 Reply

          I end up getting a S3 last Nov at Costco…$179 to upgrade and comes with 2 cases, car charger and screen protector too

  2. Ultimo Cordero
    April 06, 19:01 Reply

    It’s either the S4 or the HTC One. Either way, Im one happy TMobile customer. Just switched from contract to no contract. AT&T must be starting to sweat. Unlimited all.

  3. No Contract is the way to go in 2013 verizon network is the slowest 4g ever i had faster speeds with tmobile since switching back I’ll be definitely getting that htc one when it comes out

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