19
Feb
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All the HTC One hubbub in New York and London is for naught if you can't get your hands on the phone. So AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint customers in the United States will be glad to hear that their carriers are already confirmed to get HTC's shiny new flagship. Both AT&T and T-Mobile have reached out to us directly with confirmation, and Sprint is listed in HTC's official press release along with regional carrier Cincinnati Bell. Sprint had a sign-up page available briefly, but it seems to have disappeared. Sorry, Verizon users, you'll just have to make do with the DROID DNA for the time being.

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In Canada, the big three carriers are getting a piece of the pie, as is usual with major phone releases. HTC's press release confirmed Rogers, Bell, and TELUS will offer the One, with Virgin Mobile Canada thrown in for good measure.

While the event today mentioned that the phone will ship in late March, there's no mention from any of the North American carriers when they'll be getting the device, or how much it will cost when they do. AT&T will be carrying the One in both black and white (silver).

Update: Here's Sprint's HTC One registration page. Thanks to commenter Ashish Raj for the spot.

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Update #2: AT&T's HTC One page is here. And here is the press release.

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Update #3: T-Mobile's HTC One page.

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Jeremiah Rice
Jeremiah is a US-based blogger who bought a Nexus One the day it came out and never looked back. In his spare time he watches Star Trek, cooks eggs, and completely fails to write novels.
  • Ashish Raj
  • http://twitter.com/_ThaNerd_ _ThaNerd_

    LOL Fido is never anywhere...

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Vicky-Cantu/1106179018 Vicky Cantu

    Looks like they took a lesson from your commandments on naming devices, and this "One" will actually have the same name on all carriers! About time, lol.

  • http://www.facebook.com/chris.moch.10 Chris Moch

    Interesting.. well given Verizon's absurdly long update schedule for their phones (tbolt anyone) and the fact that HTC has been the primary target even though it's not their fault maybe they finally said fck off to verizon.

  • heat361

    Its not Verizon because they wanted to replace the HTC logo on the front with their logo :D

  • Paul

    So the HTC One is better than the HTC One X and One X+ and way better than the HTC made Nexus One. Man, anybody else find the naming convention a big confusing?

  • deltatux

    Sad that this device is not AWS compatible it seems, I don't see any AWS Canadian carriers announcing the phone. T-Mobile has now the PCS band to support the phone and is no longer a suitable indicator to see if Canadian AWS carriers will carry the phone either.

  • http://twitter.com/IAmDJLNX dj.LNX

    I have just one question...with all this phone does, will I finally be able to get through an entire day without a rechage?

  • Chaos

    Will Rogers get this phone in black?