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HTC this morning officially unveiled its new flagship for 2013: the HTC One. So far, we've posted the full specs, our hands-on, and the list of carriers in the U.S. and Canada, but if you live outside those territories, you might be wondering exactly which carriers and major retailers to visit to pick up the One when it becomes available in March.

We've got the current list, courtesy of HTC, right below. I imagine it may grow in the future, but in the meantime I applaud the company for itemizing it in such great detail - something you don't get to see too often these days. The list is broken down into six regions:

  1. Europe, Middle East and Africa
  2. Asia-Pacific
  3. China
  4. United States
  5. Canada
  6. Latin America

Here we go.

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Europe, Middle East, and Africa

  1. 1&1 Germany
  2. A1 Telekom Austria
  3. AB Poland
  4. Allo Ukraine
  5. AMC (Cosmote) Albania
  6. Avea Turkey
  7. Beeline Kazakhstan
  8. Belcompany Netherlands
  9. BH Telecom Bosnia & Herzegovina
  10. Bite Latvia
  11. Bite Lithuania
  12. Bouygues Telecom France
  13. Carphone Warehouse UK
  14. Cell C RSA
  15. Citrus Ukraine
  16. Cosmote Greece
  17. Cosmote Romania & Global Bulgaria
  18. Cyta
  19. DT Mobile(TS) Latvia
  20. Du UAE
  21. Dustin Sweden
  22. Eagle Mobile Albania
  23. EE UK
  24. Elisa Estonia
  25. Elisa Finland
  26. El-Giganten Denmark
  27. El-Giganten Sweden
  28. Elkjöp Norway
  29. EMT (TS) Estonia
  30. E-Plus Germany
  31. ERC Ukraine
  32. Euroset Russia
  33. Gigantii Finland
  34. Go Malta
  35. H3G Austria
  36. H3G Denmark
  37. H3G Italy
  38. H3G Sweden
  39. H3G UK
  40. HT Eronet Bosnia & Herzegovina
  41. K-Cell Kazakhstan
  42. KPN Belgium
  43. KPN Netherlands
  44. Life Belarus
  45. LuxGSM Luxembourg
  46. Megafon Russia
  47. Melita Malta
  48. Meteor Ireland
  49. Mobilezone Switzerland
  50. Mobilochka Ukraine
  51. Mobily KSA
  52. MSH Belgium
  53. MSH Germany
  54. M-Tel Montenegro
  55. M-Tel Bosnia & Herzegovina
  56. MTI Ukraine
  57. MTN Cyprus
  58. MTS Belarus
  59. MTS Russia
  60. Netcom Norway
  61. (Telefónica) O2 Czech
  62. (Telefónica) O2 Germany
  63. (Telefónica) O2 Ireland
  64. (Telefónica) O2 UK
  65. Omnitel Lithuania
  66. One Macedonia
  67. Optimus Portugal
  68. Orange France
  69. Orange Maldova
  70. Orange Poland
  71. Orange Romania
  72. Orange Slovakia
  73. Orange Spain
  74. Orange Switzerland
  75. Partner Communications Israel
  76. PhoneHouse France
  77. PhoneHouse Germany
  78. PhoneHouse Netherlands
  79. PhoneHouse Sweden
  80. Phones4U UK
  81. Play Poland
  82. Plus Communication Albania
  83. Polkomtel Poland
  84. Proximus Belgium
  85. SFR France
  86. SiMobil Slovenia
  87. STC KSA
  88. Sunrise Switzerland
  89. Svyaznoy Russia
  90. Swisscom Switzerland
  91. TDC Denmark
  92. Tele2 Croatia
  93. Tele 2 Estonia
  94. Tele2 Latvia
  95. Tele2 Lithuania
  96. Tele2 Russia
  97. Telia Denmark
  98. Telia Sweden
  99. Telekom Slovenija
  100. Telenet Belgium
  101. Telenor Denmark
  102. Telenor Norway
  103. Telenor Sweden
  104. Telenor Hungary
  105. Telenor Serbia
  106. Telkom Serbia
  107. TIM Italy
  108. TMN Portugal
  109. T-Mobile Austria
  110. T-Mobile Croatia
  111. T-Mobile Czech Republic
  112. T-Mobile Germany
  113. T-Mobile Hungary
  114. T-Mobile Macedonia
  115. T-Mobile Montenegro
  116. T-Mobile Netherlands
  117. T-Mobile Poland
  118. T-Mobile Slovakia
  119. Turkcell Turkey
  120. Tus Mobil Slovenia
  121. Velcom (TAG) Belarus
  122. VIP Operator Macedonia
  123. VIP Mobile Serbia
  124. Vipnet Croatia
  125. Vivacom Bulgaria
  126. Vodacom RSA
  127. Vodafone Albania
  128. Vodafone Czech Republic
  129. Vodafone Egypt
  130. Vodafone Germany
  131. Vodafone Greece
  132. Vodafone Hungary
  133. Vodafone Ireland
  134. Vodafone Italy
  135. Vodafone Malta
  136. Vodafone Netherlands
  137. Vodafone Portugal
  138. Vodafone Romania
  139. Vodafone Spain
  140. Vodafone Turkey
  141. Vodafone UK
  142. Wind Greece
  143. Wind Italy
  144. Yoigo Spain
  145. Yug Contract Ukraine
  146. Zain KSA

Asia-Pacific

  1. China Mobile Hong Kong Company Ltd.
  2. ChungHwa Telecom
  3. 3HK
  4. CSL
  5. Fareastone
  6. M1
  7. Mobifone
  8. Optus
  9. PCCW mobile
  10. Reliance Communications
  11. Singapore Telecommunications Ltd.
  12. SmarTone
  13. StarHub
  14. Taiwan Mobile
  15. Telecom New Zealand
  16. Telstra
  17. Vodafone Australia
  18. Vodafone New Zealand

China

  1. China Mobile
  2. China Unicom
  3. China Telecom

United States

  1. AT&T
  2. Sprint
  3. T-Mobile
  4. Cincinnati Bell
  5. Best Buy

Canada

  1. Rogers Communications
  2. Bell Mobility
  3. TELUS
  4. Virgin Mobile Canada

Latin America

  1. Claro Argentina (América Movil)
  2. Telecom Personal Argentina
  3. Entel Chile
  4. Iusacell México
  5. Telcel México (América Movil)
  6. Claro Perú (América Movil)
  7. Claro Puerto Rico (América Movil)
  8. Movistar Venezuela (Telefonica)

Source: HTC

Artem Russakovskii
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  • http://lupine.cc/ Maciej Wilczyński

    WTF is AB Poland?

    • Floris

      It seems they also put in some names of stores that are going to sell this phone. Like for example Carphone Warehouse (/Phonehouse in the rest of EU).

      • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

        They also put Best Buy in the U.S., which I removed.

        Edit: Since there are some more non-carriers in the list, I tweaked the scope a bit.

  • Jonathan Isenberg

    No Verizon FTW... Trololololol

  • DrTux

    Chile!!!!

  • http://twitter.com/arrioch Milos Mirkovic

    Telkom Serbia is actually mt:s Srbija, but doesn't matter, contracts for high end phones are really expensive here, most of us get unlocked phones for full price.

  • http://turbofool.com Jarrett Lennon Kaufman

    Any confirmation of carrier unlocked, international models for those of us heading over to pre-paid GSM SIM plans?

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii
      • http://turbofool.com Jarrett Lennon Kaufman

        That's a good sign. Implies we'll see more.

  • stevethepirate

    The geniuses at Verizon will get 4 months later and bastardize it by calling it the Droid Retrovirus plus super MAXXX

  • Casper

    Elgiganten Denmark and Sweden are stores, not carriers

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

      Tweaked the post to account for these, thanks.

      • Qin-Root

        also MSH Germany are stores (Media-Saturn-Holding= 'Media Markt' and 'Saturn')

  • Matthew Fry

    Wow. Europe has a lot of carriers.

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

      Europe also has a lot of countries.

  • andyr354

    So, no CDMA. I'm out.

    • http://turbofool.com Jarrett Lennon Kaufman

      Did you miss Sprint on the list?

      • andyr354

        Verizon is the only provider in my area that has towers, guess that is what I should have said. They are my only choice. I have no knowledge of how the other carriers work.

        Nearest Sprint service is 100 miles away.

        Sorry.

        • http://turbofool.com Jarrett Lennon Kaufman

          Ah, yes, Verizon was confirmed to NOT be carrying this phone for unknown reasons. But CDMA isn't the reason.

          • http://codytoombs.wordpress.com/ Cody Toombs

            I'm pretty sure it's because they just launched the DNA. Kind of the same situation they had with the Galaxy S2 vs the Galaxy Nexus, it's bad form to release two similarly positioned phones from the same OEM in such close proximity.

        • https://twitter.com/EpicEuropean Kreft

          Where the hell do you live? I don't get people who live in butt fudge nowhere. Just move.

  • ratatattata

    Number 28 on Europe, Middle East and Africa, Elkjöb Norway, is spelled Elkjøp Norway. :)

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

      Maybe someone should tell HTC :P It's their list after all. Fixed.

  • Anatoly Nechaev

    Euroset and Svyaznoy are Russian mobile retailers, not carriers.

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

      The article has already been adjusted to account for this before your comment.

  • http://www.danielepetrarolo.com/ Daniele Petrarolo

    OMFG...is that the Berlusconi's head? (first image)
    Please shoot it...

  • joker 22joe

    No big red, cheap fukks they want there own, greed the America way!

  • http://www.flexlabs.org/ Artiom

    Dudes.. Orange Moldova, NOT Maldova... fix the typo! :)

  • Eduardo da Silva

    What about Brasil, HTC? Why?

  • Elias

    I don't get it. Sometimes people seem to totally forget about Brazil's existence - could be assumed it's because this is a third world country, so prices would need to be lower than average to be appealing to the consumer in our market. Still, when they do remember or existence, they charge at least twice as much as they do for any other country. It doesn't make sense.
    For instance, the iPhone 4s 64gb was launched with the outrageous price of $1700 off contract. Mind you, it's actually cheaper to buy a plane ticket to NY, then buy the phone off contract locally, and buy a plane ticket back to Brazil.
    Not phone related, but a Prius costs here 240% of the US price. A BMW355i costs 350% of the US price. Heck, even the cheapest cars we make locally such as the Fiat Uno 1.4 (which is so ridiculously bad it doesn't even exist in the US) are imported by Mexico and sold 25% cheaper than here.
    I don't understand why the hell every company thinks we should pay more. Are we more stupid than average?

    • http://codytoombs.wordpress.com/ Cody Toombs

      I had a hunch that Brazil might have some aggressive import taxes and a little bit of Googling seems to support that theory. I'm sure that's not the sole reason, but it must be contributing to some higher prices.

    • Elias
    • http://www.facebook.com/kazutaka.muraki Kazutaka Muraki

      I know your pain, i live in Arentina, and probably this phone its going to be so high priced, that it would be almost imposible to buy...
      Just for information purposes, the Iphone never came here, and if you buy it from a third parety, it can cost something like 5000 (sort of u$d1000)
      And its really surprising that it will come to Argentina and not to Brazil, i think it haves something to do with not being able to dual sim, but i can be wrong...