AT&T will not sell the HTC 1029
When the HTC One was launched, Verizon did not offer the phone at first since it already had what it considered to be a high-end HTC phone with the HTC DROID DNA. Eventually, Verizon did start selling the HTC One.
We should point out that AT&T users are not shut out since they do have the option to purchase the device unlocked from HTC. The manufacturer is offering a 12-month installment plan through PayPal Credit with 0% interest. Well qualified buyers will have the opportunity to purchase the phone without interest as long as it is paid off in 12 months or less. At $699, that works out to $58.25 a month.
Perhaps the most interesting aspect to this news is how AT&T reached this decision. Was the carrier upset with the poor showing of the HTC One M9? Outside of confirming that it won't be carrying HTC's new flagship, the nation's second largest carrier has nothing to say about its decision.
source: @urbanstrata , HTC