authorized resellers like Best Buy will not be selling new phones using the EIP that the nation's fourth largest carrier uses in its own retail locations. Under that plan, the carrier asks buyers to plunk down $99 and pay the balance in $20 installments each month for 24 months.
Best Buy has a web page for those interested in the HTC One with links to AT&T and Sprint. You can find that site at the sourcelink. The T-Mobile link is currently blacked out which means that you will have to manually search for the pre-order page for the carrier. The HTC One will be available from Best Buy on April 19th for customers of all three mobile operators.
If you're interested in some deals, as we told you earlier on Sunday, Wierefly is accepting pre-orders of the HTC One for new and current Sprint customers for $149.99 with a signed two-year contract. Or, you can go to Radio Shack and reserve the Sprint version of the HTC One for $199.99 and receive a $50 Google Play Store gift card and a $10 Radio Shack credit.