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Friday, April 19, 2013
HTC One Now Available On T-Mobile For $579


The HTC One will hit three major US carriers soon and T-Mobile just announced its pricing.

The carrier will require $99 down to purchase the HTC One. However, T-Mobile will also require a 24 month installment plan that will run an additional $20 per month for "well-qualified T-Mobile customers 0% APR O.A.C."

That puts the total cost to HTC One buyers at a whopping $579 while still requiring a 2-year commitment.


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