AT&T expected to join Verizon, Sprint with HTC One Max
AT&T is expected to join Verizon and Sprint later this year in offering the HTC One Max, according to a new @evleaks report. That the carrier is lined up to support the 5.9-inch device should come as no surprise; Ma Bell has done a bang-up job in offering great Android devices as of late. Pricing and availability is not clear for any of the three but we should learn more in the coming weeks. T-Mobile, for its part, ought to provide support for the device as well.
— @evleaks (@evleaks) October 20, 2013
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