Though some users may have been able to grab an HTC One from AT&T a bit ahead of schedule, the official availability actually begins today. In fact, HTC has come forward with some release news for the One. The handset is available with AT&T and can also be found with various retail outlets.

According to HTC, the One will be available by way of Best Buy, Radio Shack, Walmart, Sam’s Club, Target, Costco, Car Toys, and In addition, the One will also be available direct from HTC. As for AT&T, they have the handset available in the 32GB and 64GB model and at this time, both are available only in Glacier silver.

AT&T will also have the HTC One available in black, however that version is not expected to arrive for another few weeks. The black HTC One will be available with AT&T in the 32GB and 64GB variant and as a reminder, AT&T has the exclusivity on the 64GB model. Shifting over to T-Mobile and they are offering the 32GB model of the One in silver. T-Mobile is also further temping users with a limited time offer of a car dock.


Availability aside, those choosing to go with AT&T can expect to pay $199.99 or $299.99 on a two-year agreement and those choosing to go with T-Mobile can expect a downpayment of $99.99 with another 24 payments of $20. Regardless of which carrier you pick to go with, we have a few HTC One reviews that may be of benefit and for those, just venture into the Story Timeline below.

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  • helloworld

    and what about bestbuy tmobile htc one preorders?

  • Sooooo, nobody has the phone in black????

    • Never mind. I went ahead and got the silver. DANG this is a sexy phone!!!!

  • Chris

    Just ordered mine!!! Cant wait to receive it

  • miguel

    Hey Chris , which one you ordered ? I ordered the 64 GB and I think I’ll get by Friday… Which sucks

  • Drew

    Got an art HTC one last night at CarToys. Love it so far… Great phone with killer speakers.

  • China Court

    Need a T-mobile 64 GB One, anyone got any info.? I don’t mind wait for 2 more weeks….dam 64 GB developer edition can’t support T-mobile perfectly.

  • AndrewSingleton

    neither corporate store in boulder, co has them or knows when they’ll get them. wtf.