Looking to avoid poor market availability issues of the past, HTC is wasting no time in getting its new One flagship into as many peoples' hands as quickly as possible.
Following several UK vendors' prices popping up online, the HTC One will be available from O2 in Germany for either €661 up front, or for €25.99 per month with a contract. The offer also includes a set of Beats headphones valued at €99 if you order before April 30. O2 also has a ticker on its site which counts down the days until shipment, which ends on March 6.
Notebooksbilliger.de also has the device available for €669.90 up front, but has a wide range of contracts starting at €49.90/month (alongside €182 for the device) for 2 years from Vodafone.
If you'd like to check whether the One will be available in your country and from where to get it, check out our extensive list here. You can also have a look at the cash-back program which offers $100 when you trade in your old phone.
Finally, if you're not sure the One is for you, check out our hands-on from Tuesday's launch event.
i just got my HTC One in the states for $599.00
after using most brands of Android phones, i feel that HTC is the most friendly user. 1. the HTC sense, widgets 2. Speed Dials (most brands dont have) 3. Diverting SMS to another phone number (Most phone can divert calls but not divert SMS) 4...
HTC You can surely bet on their marketing department to provide total wrong information and theory to the senior management. Result totall grossly wrong pricing for HTC one Another good phone gone down the drain This will do more harm to HT...