If you've been looking longingly at the HTC One, now may be the time to make a move. Radioshack is selling the AT&T and Sprint versions for a good price with a new account, but you also get $100 in Google Play credit. That means the you can come out ahead on the Sprint version.


The Sprint One can be purchased online, but that sweet $79.99 price is only for new accounts and new lines. Upgrades are $129.99. The AT&T One is only in stores, and it's $149.99 for new accounts. Figure in that $100 Google Play credit and you're looking at a net cost of $49.99 for the AT&T edition, and –$19.99 for Sprint. It's like they're giving you money to take the phone.

These deals are only valid through June 30th, which gives you some time to scrape together the up-front cash. That Sprint deal is amazing, but even the AT&T one is solid if you can drag yourself out of the house.

[HTC One at Radioshack]

Ryan Whitwam
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  • Justin

    Makes me wonder if you can pair it up with the additional $25 play credit from HTC too.

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

      You just might, actually.

    • Judith Johnson

      like Edward implied, I am dazzled that some people can make $8860 in one month on the computer. did you look at this page w­w­w.K­E­P­2.c­o­m

  • http://www.twitter.com/thewizkid95 Jesus Otero

    No option for T-Mobile I see, *sigh*

  • xnifex

    I miss seeing T-Mobile deals.

  • http://www.googlepants.com/ Wizard of Odyssey

    I am tempted. My iPhone 4S is not holding much of a charge, the One's bigger screen appeals to me, and a bigger iPhone is unlikely to appear before this time next year. I just know I'm going to be lusting all over the 5S in just a few months, though.

  • Aluminum54

    HTC throws in an additional $25 when you register the device at us.htc.com/googleplay

  • wilceaux

    I was in a Radio Shack the other day, and they said they would match Best Buy's price of $99 with a new AT&T line. So for those thinking of going this route, it doesn't hurt to ask.

  • Ibrahim Jadoon

    Dude, RadioShack has baller deals phones. That's where I got my AT&T Galaxy S3: about $50 cheaper than AT&T straight and less a $50 trade-in (broken iPhone 3G), so $100 cheaper in total!

    And don't think they don't have access to all the carrier stuff: they had to remove an unlimited data plan AND THEY WERE ABLE TO PUT IT BACK (obviously after AT&T got rid of that as an offered plan). Blew my mind.

  • Guest

    HTC is running a $25 google play credit as well.


  • r00t4rd3d

    The president of AT&T donates larges sums of company money to the Church of Satan.