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Best Buy now accepting pre-orders for the HTC One for Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile - HTC Source

Best Buy now accepting pre-orders for the HTC One for Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile

Best Buy is also getting in on the HTC One pre-order action this weekend. The AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint versions of the HTC One can now be pre-ordered trough Best Buy’s website, as long as you’re keen on getting the silver model. Best Buy has the 32GB Sprint and AT&T HTC One priced at $199.99 with a two-year contract while T-Mobile’s HTC One is priced at $249.99. All three models are listed at $699.99 for anyone not eligible for an upgrade.

We’re know for a while that Best Buy hasn’t been living up to its name, but their pricing of the HTC One does emphasize the point. If you are looking for a good deal on your HTC One purchase, we definitely would not recommend purchasing the phone through Best Buy. AT&T and T-Mobile as offering free accessories for those who pre-order the phone through their respective websites and RadioShack is offering a $10 coupon on top of $50 Google Play credit for the Sprint HTC One.

Be sure to check out our HTC One pre-order round-up to see all of the best HTC One offers in the US.

Source: Best Buy

About Nick Gray

Tech enthusiast, Android user and founder of the first HTC blog – Nick Gray has been blogging about HTC phones before most people knew what a smartphone even was. Over the years Nick has owned and tested dozens HTC devices and is constantly flashing new ROMs to his Android phones.

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  1. sergio

    what about the uncativated version on bestbuy?………..

  2. Larry

    If you follow Best Buy’s email list, they occasionally come out with a “freedom” promotion (last one was in January), where you register your mobile number with them, and then when you get your next phone at Best Buy, you get a $50 gift card (which you can use right away on that phone purchase). We did this with my wife’s iPhone last year – and those never get advertised price breaks.

    So I think my net price of $149.99 for the 32GB AT&T at Best Buy is a fairly good deal. I’d rather have $50 than that gimmicky device from the AT&T store.

    And to the previous question – I think the unactivated 32GB version is listing for $700 at Best Buy, which is definitely a BAD DEAL.

    • sergio

      True, actually its a rlly bad deal cuz I can get an unlocked 32gb version at htc online store for $579 I think.

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