Just as we exclusively reported yesterday, the all new HTC One (M8) will be on sale today at 1PM Eastern in the U.S. All of the major U.S. carriers will put the device up for sale through their online stores, but Verizon will have some in-stock, in-store today. That’s right, if you want to get your hands on this phone now, you can.
If you don’t want to go to Verizon, all U.S. carriers will have in-store stock within first few weeks of April. Most in-store before April 10.
Sources have informed us that “All New HTC One” inventory is now arriving in Verizon stores, ready for tomorrow’s launch. That lines up with our report last week, saying that Big Red would indeed have stock available minutes after HTC makes the phone official.
With that said, we also reported last week that Verizon would have some sort of exclusive on the device, however, that will likely just be for in-store availability. AT&T and other carriers should have the phone available for order (online or via phone) tomorrow as well, if not within a couple of days. Verizon itself said on Facebook over the weekend (before editing the post) that they would have the phone “in our stores exclusively on 3.25.14.” The word “stores” is the key word here. (more…)
Yesterday afternoon, we broke news on Verizon’s plans to carry the “All New HTC One” on March 25, shortly after HTC makes the phone official. Today, we’re seeing more proof that Big Red will have the phone available the minute that HTC wraps up its live streamed song-and-dance. (more…)
We already know that the “All New HTC One” will arrive March 25 through events in New York City and London. But outside of Carphone Warehouse announcing that they will have it available for purchase shortly after HTC unveils it, we have yet to hear from a U.S. carrier. With that said, sources of ours have been led to believe that Verizon may be your option next week. (more…)
Part of the benefit of Google offering Nexus devices from the Play Store is their low cost and the ease of no contract. Today’s offer from Verizon introduces you to an even lower price on the Nexus 7 (2013), but at the cost of signing up on a new 2-year contract. (more…)
Verizon quietly introduced a new $75 single line plan today that gives customers 2GB of monthly data, along with unlimited talk and text. According to sources of ours, this new plan is a “limited time promotion,” though we have no word on when it will end.
If that plan doesn’t sound like the deal for you, know that Verizon also has a semi-secret option called the “SAVE” plan that is $60 for 2GB of data, plus unlimited talk and text. You need to qualify for it, but it’s worth knowing about should you be in the market for discounted service and a new phone. (more…)
Less than a single year ago, T-Mobile launched its 4G LTE network in just a handful of markets across the US. Today, the Magenta Monster covers 210 million people in 273 metro areas nationwide with its LTE network. To celebrate this joyous occasion, T-Mobile announced a “major network upgrade plan,” one which will turn most of its 2G/EDGE service areas into an oasis of LTE coverage. (more…)
What’s that, you thought the “All New HTC One” leak situation couldn’t get any worse (for HTC) or more ridiculous? Silly, you should know better. Today, it got substantially more entertaining, if anything, as an apparent Verizon model was listed and sold on eBay for $499. We aren’t sure if the seller didn’t realize what they had or if they were trying to play it extra sneaky. But for full retail on an unreleased flagship phone that we can’t stop talking about, $500 seems like the steal of the century. The phone will more than likely be listed at $600 when it’s released.
If that wasn’t enough, the packaging has been outed as well, along with a spec list that had avoided us until now. (more…)