Sprint says it too will have the HTC One; pre-register with the carrier now
58 markets blanketed in LTE, and as we've passed along the last couple of days, a number of other markets are being tested. As you might expect, Sprint is touting its truly unlimited plan for use with a device that is bound to be data intensive like the HTC One. Somewhat ironically though, Sprint didn't bother changing its usual press release and compares the cost of its unlimited data plan to Verizon's monthly plan with 2GB of data. The thing is, Big Red is not offering the HTC One for reasons that are unknown for now.
If you want to visit Sprint's new landing page for the HTC One, and pre-register, simply click on the sourcelink.
source: Sprint via AndroidCentral
The smartphone will benefit from Truly Unlimited? 4G LTE data, text and calling to any mobile with no metering, no throttling, and no overages, all while on the Sprint network. Additional details, including pricing, will be shared closer to availability. Customers can get more information about the new HTC One smartphone from Sprint by visiting www.sprint.com/htcone.
“In a world where technology is constantly evolving, Sprint is really excited to bring our customers the latest in smartphone innovation from HTC,” said David Owens, vice president-Product Development, Sprint. “We feel that combining the advanced features of the new HTC One with Sprint’s Truly Unlimited 4G LTE data plans allows our customers to really take advantage of the data capabilities of the smartphone without having to worry about data caps or throttling making it a big win all around.”
Innovative New Experiences
At the center of the new HTC One experience is HTC BlinkFeed™, a bold new experience that transforms the home screen into a single live stream of personally relevant information, such as social updates, entertainment and lifestyle updates, and news and photos with immersive images so the user no longer needs separate applications to find out what’s happening. HTC BlinkFeed aggregates the newest content from the most relevant and interesting sources, giving it to users at a glance, all in one place, without the need to jump between multiple applications and websites.
Photo bugs who loved the camera features of HTC EVO 3D and EVO 4G LTE will take delight in HTC UltraPixel Camera with HTC Zoe™ – a new feature bringing photos to life showing more personality and emotion than a still photo ever could. HTC Zoe gives users the ability to shoot high-resolution photos that come to life in three-second snippets. Zoe images, photos and videos are then displayed in a unique way in the new gallery, transforming the traditional photo gallery of still images into a motion gallery of memories.
Additionally, the new HTC One features a superior sound capability. Customers who love the Beats By Dr. Dre™ Audio features on HTC EVO™ 4G LTE will now enjoy an even better experience with HTC BoomSound™. BoomSound introduces front-facing stereo speakers with a dedicated amplifier and an amazing full high-definition display that brings users closer to their music, videos, games and YouTube™. Beats Audio integration is enabled across the entire experience for rich, authentic sound. HDR recording uses advanced dual microphones and audio processing to capture clean, rich sound that is worthy of HD video footage.
Crafted with a distinct zero-gap aluminum unibody, the new HTC One also boasts brilliant technical features, including international capabilities, 4.7-inch, full-HD 1080p display, 1.7GHz quad-core processor and Near Field Communications (NFC).
A Truly Unlimited 4G LTE Experience
Sprint offers Truly Unlimited data for smartphones while on the Sprint Network, with no metering, throttling or overages. Sprint’s Everything Data plan with Any Mobile, AnytimeSM starts at just $79.99 per month for smartphones – a savings of $20 per month versus Verizon’s comparable plan with unlimited talk, text and 2GB Web (excludes taxes and surcharges).
Sprint introduced its all-new 4G LTE network in July 2012 and now offers service in 58 markets[i]. For the most up-to-date details on the Sprint 4G LTE portfolio and rollout, please visit www.sprint.com/4GLTE. For detailed 4G LTE maps, providing coverage information right down to the address, please visit www.sprint.com/coverage. Customers are encouraged to check back often, as the maps will be updated when coverage in these markets is enhanced.
About Sprint Nextel
Sprint Nextel offers a comprehensive range of wireless and wireline communications services bringing the freedom of mobility to consumers, businesses and government users. Sprint Nextel served more than 55 million customers at the end of 2012 and is widely recognized for developing, engineering and deploying innovative technologies, including the first wireless 4G service from a national carrier in the United States; offering industry-leading mobile data services, leading prepaid brands including Virgin Mobile USA, Boost Mobile, and Assurance Wireless; instant national and international push-to-talk capabilities; and a global Tier 1 Internet backbone. The American Customer Satisfaction Index rated Sprint No. 1 among all national carriers in customer satisfaction and most improved, across all 47 industries, during the last four years. Newsweek ranked Sprint No. 3 in both its 2011 and 2012 Green Rankings, listing it as one of the nation’s greenest companies, the highest of any telecommunications company. You can learn more and visit Sprint at www.sprint.com or www.facebook.com/sprint and www.twitter.com/sprint.
[i] Anderson, Ind.; Atlanta; Athens, Ga.; Austin, Texas; Baltimore; Barnstable/Hyannis/Mid-Cape, Mass.; Boston; Bryan/College Station, Texas; Calhoun, Ga.; Carrollton, Ga.; Chicago/Naperville/Joliet, Ill.; Clark County, Va./Jefferson County, W.Va.; Columbia, Tenn.; Dallas; Emporia, Kan.; Fort Wayne, Ind.; Fort Worth, Texas; Framingham, Mass.; Franklin County, Pa.; Gainesville, Ga.; Gary, Ind.; Gettysburg, Pa.; Granbury/Hood County, Texas; Hagerstown, Md./Martinsburg, W.Va.; Harrisburg/Carlisle/Hershey, Pa.; Harrisonburg, Va.; Houston; Huntsville, Texas; Hutchinson, Kan.; Indianapolis/Carmel, Ind.; Kankakee/Bradley/Bourbonnais, Ill.; Kansas City, Kan./Mo.; Lawrence, Kan.; Manhattan/Junction City, Kan.; McPherson, Kan.; Muncie, Ind.; New Bedford/Fall River, Mass.; Newnan, Ga.; Peabody, Mass.; Rockford, Ill.; Rome, Ga.; Salina, Kan.; San Antonio; Santa Rosa/Petaluma, Calif.; Sedalia, Mo.; Shenandoah/Page Counties, Va.; South Bend/Mishawaka, Ind.; Southern PR: Ponce/Coamo/Guayama, Puerto Rico; St. Joseph, Mo.; Topeka, Kan.; Vallejo/Fairfield, Calif.; Waco, Texas; Waukegan/Lake County, Ill.; Western PR: Aguadilla/Isabela/Cabo Rojo/Mayagüez, Puerto Rico; Wichita Falls, Texas; Wichita, Kan.; Winchester, Va.; York/Hanover, Pa.
1. htc_prep posted on 19 Feb 2013, 12:29 1
ok Sprint now that you have another beautiful LTE device to add to your stable give us the LTE pipeline to use them on.
2. richardyarrell2011 (banned) posted on 19 Feb 2013, 12:45 1
No doubt Sprint is whack but if you have a useless Galaxy Nexus on Sprint you better be trying for this one that's for sure. Tmobile bitch slaps Sprint and Verizon silly.
8. lsutigers posted on 19 Feb 2013, 16:57 2
You're whack, and a fool if you believe T-Mobile bitch slaps Sprint and Verizon.
4. bubbadoes posted on 19 Feb 2013, 13:02 0
as long as you stay inner city....you pay for what you get as far as coverage with t-mobile
5. archangel9 posted on 19 Feb 2013, 13:18 1
Wrong!!! Coverage on TMobile is far superior than Yellow and hspa+42 and LTE WAAAY faster than Big Red plus calls over wifi is free .Neither one has this,
7. ibap posted on 19 Feb 2013, 14:52 1
Now, now children. No carrier wants to admit that there are places where they don't have coverage. That goes for AT&T and Verizon, both of whom don't have coverage in our district's high school, while Sprint, T-Mobile and Alltel do. But I didn't have a useful signal between work and home on two of the latter three, which narrowed my choices for me. It all depends on where you live/work/go to school.
So grow up. No carrier works well for everyone. And if you're bragging over how many gigs you've used in the last month, I estimate your mental age at about 16.