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.
It 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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