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[Deal] HTC One 32GB Plus Beats Pill Speaker for $99 From AT&T

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Talk about a deal, AT&T is currently hosting a package that includes the HTC One (in either black or silver) plus a Beats Pill Bluetooth speaker for a combined $99. The phone itself typically runs $199 on contract, while the speaker is also $199. So for $300 less than what you would buy them for individually, you can have them together. Not bad, right? Oh, you also get to choose between four different colors with the speaker (pink, black, red, or white). 

Now, keep in mind that you have to sign a new 2-year contract with AT&T. But at this point, you already understand that if you want to get cheap deals on phones. It’s not like HTC and AT&T are going to sell you one of the hottest phones of the year without a contract for $99. If you were in the market for a new phone though, and an AT&T subscriber, this has got to grab your attention.

You probably have read it already, but our HTC One review will certainly help you with your decision.

Update:  Annnnnd, out of stock.

Via:  AT&T

  • Noel

    Maybe they had a small number of those for that price. Some companies use such advertising gimmick to pull ppl back to their stores or online sites.

  • lembowski

    Back up for sale at $298.99

    If it was still $99 I would have moved form VZW instead of waiting for the VZW One.

  • Knlegend1

    is this online only

  • FWIW, if you haven’t heard the Beats Pill, it sounds amazing. NFC connection works great too. Picked one up for my wife over the holidays. Highly recommended.

  • This is BS! What about the folks that recently got this phone? And especially folks that are getting the 64GB version?

  • Dan

    So if those front facing speakers are all they are talked up to be what the heck do you need the pill for?

  • Ian

    That price appears to still require a 1-year contract. I was thinking the same as you, about picking it up for $450 if it didn’t require a contract.

  • Ed Waters

    Already out of stock according to AT&T’s website.

  • fixxxer7

    it says sold out on mine….sucks

    • JoshGroff

      I plan on stopping by the store, I want to see if they’ll combine that with the $100 discount for transferring from another carrier. I’d consider switching from VZW to AT&T for that deal.

      • fixxxer7

        let me know if they do!

        • JoshGroff

          I’m sure if they don’t by default, they can get a manager to override it. It’s not uncommon, but yeah, I’ll let you know.

        • JoshGroff

          Ok, so the deal uses your trade in credit to cover the cost, giving you a minimum of $100 for any phone released within the past 3 years if I read that correctly, so it does apply technically. Was too lazy to go into the store so I looked it up online.

  • Shadowstare

    Sidenote: $20 bucks a month, for 300MB of data is a tragedy and should be a felony in 50 states. AT&T needs to be ashamed of themselves. $20 should at LEAST get you 1gb of data.

    • JoshGroff

      At least 30 gets you 3GB. Not bad for $10 more, lol, but yeah, that’s pure BS, it should be 1-2GB

    • dannyWHITE

      Verizon doesnt give 1 GB for $20 so why would AT&T. Besides their $30 data plan is better then Verizons.

      • Shadowstare

        300 mb of data for $20 a month is a shame, no matter what carrier a person uses. It shouldn’t be allowed, in my opinion.

        • dannyWHITE

          There are those out there that want smartphones but want to pay as little as they can for data no matter how much is offered.

          • TylerCameron

            Then it should be $15 like it used to be.

      • dannyBLACK

        I rather get 2gbs with Verizon and have better service.

  • Geoff Johnson

    It says $450 package price before contract savings, I wonder if someone could actually buy it off contract for that amount.

    • Ian

      $450 appears to be the price for a 1-year contract, no option to get the package without a contract. Bummer.

  • Shadowstare

    Where was this deal with I got my Droid DNA for Verizon last holiday season? I would have LOVED to pay $100 for the phone (with 2-year blah blah blah) an got a free bluetooth speaker.

  • Raven65

    I’d be all over this if their network coverage was anywhere near as good as Verizon where I am (SC). Unfortunately it’s not.

    • Whereabouts in SC? Their coverage is pretty good along the 95 corridor, which as you know, besides Florence, is about 200 miles of absolutely nothing. I’d imagine they have LTE in the bigger cities like Columbia, Charleston, Myrtle Beach, maybe Spartanburg…do you live somewhere where the cows outnumber the people? If so, then yeah, you may be stuck with Verizon.

      • Raven65

        Yeah, their coverage appears to be good along the interstates and in the cities in SC, but get very far away from either and good luck getting a signal. My house is located just north of Camden (no cows anywhere nearby) in a “Moderate” coverage area according to their coverage map – which they basically define as you might get a signal if you’re standing outside in the open – but not in your house or car. In other words… NO signal. I also like to spend time in the mountains of western NC and their coverage up there is awful as well. No… unfortunately Verizon is the ONLY option as far as coverage is concerned around here.

  • Now, if only Viva Movil would offer this package deal…maybe include a pink, diamond-studded case designed by J-Lo…I’d be sold in a heartbeat.

  • EdubE24

    When I see the Beats Pill commercial, all I can think about is the Robin Thicke video where the girls are naked the whole time.

    • Shadowstare

      That is a great video, image and song.

      • EdubE24

        I love them both!!

  • Aaron

    Its called good business

  • Tyler James Edward Hills

    That’s a pretty incredible deal. Can it really be purchased for $450 off contract? Because I’d be interested in that

    • Just make sure you don’t care about OS updates because AT&T and T-Mobile are easily the two worst of the big four in terms of OS updates. At least with Verizon and Sprint, if the manufacturer creates an update, it will get released eventually. It may take a while, but you know the phone will get it at some point.

      AT&T and T-Mobile, on the other hand, both have a long history of flat-out passing on updates that OEMs made available for the phone. So just beware of that before you do buy. Otherwise, I agree with you, it’s a good deal.

      • leftiphone4droid

        Shawn…T-Mobile and Sprint is the fastest carriers to release updates. ATT is 3rd and Verizon dead last. It was a article on Android Central a couple months back that indicated this. I will try and find the article 🙂

        • That may be true for T-Mobile and AT&T in terms of speed, but only on updates they actually choose to allow. That’s my point. Verizon and Sprint don’t ever (to my knowledge) tell an OEM “Thanks for making this update available to us, but we’re going to pass. We know you’ve released it to other variants of your phone on other carriers, but we’re going to pass as we don’t think this update benefits our customers.” T-Mobile and AT&T both have a long history of doing this.

          • leftiphone4droid

            We as consumers really don’t know what happens with updates. I’m sure carriers refuse them for various reasons…I don’t think the actually pass up an update just to pass it up. Maybe they want something added to it or maybe it’s not working as planned.

            Who’s to say Verizon does this too..but we just don’t know.Verizon does take the longest with releasing updates 😉

          • fixxxer7

            trust me, i’m with verizon, def. the slowest!

          • Could be, but just for sh*ts and giggles, here are a few examples.

            T-Mobile passed on the Windows Phone 7.8 update for the Lumia 710 that every other variant in the world received without issue. Nokia even responded specifically saying that T-Mobile had passed and then T-Mobile issued a statement confirming that their Lumia 710 variant would not be getting WP7.8.

            LG made an Ice Cream Sandwich update available to the Optimus 2X, which was marked by T-Mobile in the US as the T-Mobile G2X. They passed on that update, leaving the phone stranded on Gingerbread.

            The AT&T Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is the only variant left in the world that has not received an update to Jelly Bean. Will it get the update? Maybe, maybe not. Nobody really knows.

            Last week, Verizon released the Galaxy S 3 update that included all the “value add” features from the GS4. AT&T is now the only carrier left in the US whose variant does not have this update. Will it get the update? Maybe, maybe not. Nobody really knows.

            While AT&T’s “‘Skyrocket” LTE variant of the Galaxy S2 did finally get a Jelly Bean update, owners of the original, non-LTE, I777 Galaxy S2 variant got an update recently too…a maintenace update, remaining on ICS. As more and more time passes, it’s becoming clear that the I777 is going to be stranded.

          • leftiphone4droid

            Pretty good examples…but I’d rather have a working good update than a update that has issues. Like i said, I’m sure carriers refuse certain updates for various reasons. We as consumers do not currently know the reasons why they sometimes refuse them.

            If push comes to shove, create a xda account, find your device forum, root it, unlock the BL…and flash a Rom. That’s what most of us do anyways…right…lol

          • Yeah, I generally keep my devices stock. I’m very active in the Nexus forums on XDA, though. I’m a recognized contributor there because of my website which archives firmware for every Nexus device.

            But generally, root doesn’t allow me to do anything that I need to do which can’t be done without root. Flashing ROMs…meh…been there, done that. I went through a phase. I’m over it now. haha

            Also, don’t consider this some kind of a knock or me hating T-Mobile or AT&T. I was a T-Mobile customer for over 10 years. I left for Verizon and the Galaxy Nexus. Then when the Nexus 4 came out, I ended up at AT&T for the first time and loved the fact that I had Verizon-like coverage on a GSM network. I just bought a Galaxy S 4 on AT&T under contract, so they’re my daddy for the next two years. I get my stock Android fix through my Nexus 7 and 10. 😀

            The thing is, I knew when I signed that my GS4 may well get stranded well before other variants of the device would on other carriers. I replace phones often enough that I don’t care, though. haha

          • leftiphone4droid

            Lol..yeah..I normally keep my devices stock too. I used to be up all night flashing roms in my Evo days..lol. I root my phone’s just so o can use certain apps but I normally run stock rooted as well..lol

  • ezpotato

    sometimes it’s something they work on directly with the manufacturer.. so it coulda been a deal Beats struck with HTC (knowing their history) and may NOT be a result of slow sales, although it probably is.

    • onDroid

      Also, the perceived value on the beats pill is so much higher than its production costs that it really is a cheap promotion but looks like such an amazing deal to the consumer. Combine this with HTC and Beats’ history of collaborating together and this deal is a no-brainer.

  • AngryTurd

    Makes me want to dump Verizon…you’d never see deals like this with them. Greedy dicks!

    • Then do it.

      • Phil Hyde

        I just might if they allowed me to keep Unlimited data.

    • You see deals like this….if you are an employee

    • XphoneTroll

      you mad bro?

    • Dylan Patel

      DNA was 1 dollar and it is top 5 phone. behind the S4 and One but tied with Oppo Find 5 and Xperia Z