HTC selling KitKat powered HTC One unlocked in the states for $0 down

HTC selling KitKat powered HTC One unlocked in the states for $0 down
Taiwan based manufacturer HTC is offering U.S. phone buyers a deal on the 32GB HTC One. The device is powered by Android 4.4 and comes unlocked. That means there are no contracts with a carrier to sign. While there isn't an actual discount, you are paying $0 down and as little as $25 a month for two years. After all is said and done, you'll be paying $599 for the phone.

The unlocked HTC One is compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile's network. And we should point out that those looking to take HTC up on this deal will have to be subject to credit approval. Only "well-qualified applicants, subject to credit approval" can get the HTC One direct from HTC for $25 per month. According to HTC, "other applicants may receive different financing terms or offers based on creditworthiness."

While HTC's cyberweek promotion is over (a subsidized Sprint or Verizon HTC One for $49.99 on contract), there are still four weekly drawings left to win an HTC One from HTC. You can still enter before midnight Sunday to make the drawing scheduled for Tuesday. From Monday, December 9th, through next Sunday, you can enter for the drawing scheduled for December 17th. There are two more entry periods after that (December 16th through December 22nd and December 23rd through December 29th). To enter, you can email a picture to or tweet it to @HTCUSA on Twitter and tweet the hashtags "#HTCinNYC" and "#US". You also will be entered in one of two grand prize drawings with the winner receiving a 24K gold plated HTC One valued at more than $2500.

source: HTC via PhoneScoop

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  • Display 4.7 inches 1920 x 1080 pixels
  • Camera 4 MP (Single camera) 2.1 MP front
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 2GB RAM
  • Storage 64GB,
  • Battery 2300 mAh
  • OS Android 5.0 Lollipop HTC Sense UI


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