As expected, the HTC One is now free-for-all. Those on AT&T and T-Mobile can grab the new device starting today either online or at a handful of retail stores, including Best Buy, Radio Shack, Walmart, Sam’s Club, Target, Costco, and Car Toys. The phone will also be available on Amazon.com, as well as at carrier stores.
The handset will be available in both 32GB and 64GB flavors on AT&T, with Ma Bell being the exclusive carrier for the 64GB version, which means that if you're hankering for as much storage space as you can get, AT&T seems like your only option at that point, but we can't imagine 32GB not being enough for the everyman.
For now, you can only grab the glacier silver version of the HTC One, with a black model coming in the next few weeks, which AT&T will also have available in a 64GB flavor. If you decide to go with T-Mobile, you might be pleased to know that you'll be treated with a free car dock, which is only for a limited time, so be sure to get there soon if you want it.
The HTC One will cost $199.99 and $299.99 for the 32GB and 64GB versions, respectively. T-Mobile users can expect a down-payment of $99.99 with another 24 monthly payments of $20. If it's the unlocked or developer edition of the new device that you're looking for, those have been delayed. The exact ship date isn't known, but it's said to be toward the end of the month.
[via Android Community]