Just like Verizon, AT&T and Sprint are asking $199.99 on contract for the M8.
HTC says that its new flagship handset “has landed at retailers nationwide” - which likely means that locations like Best Buy and Walmart are selling it, too.
T-Mobile isn’t offering the HTC One M8 at the moment, but it will do it starting tomorrow, April 11 (for $0 down and $26.50 per month for 2 years).
The timing is perfect for HTC, because Samsung’s new Galaxy S5 is also going to be widely available in the US starting tomorrow. According to a previous report, HTC is happy with initial M8 sales. It remains to be seen how things will go from now on, though.
You can read our HTC One M8 review here, and, why not, our Galaxy S5 vs. One M8 comparison here.
HTC One (M8)
source: HTC (Twitter)