HTC will make the One M9 available on its web site beginning Friday, March 27 for $649 after announcing an online launch last month. Carrier and retailer sales of the device will kick off on or around April 10, barring major delays. As previously reported HTC will be offering an unlocked version of the One M9 which supports LTE networks operated by AT&T and T-Mobile, in addition to major carrier models.
AT&T and T-Mobile have also announced their respective pricing details for the phone, with AT&T accepting pre-orders for the M9 at 12:01 AM tonight and launching the device in stores April 10. The device will cost $199.99 with a two-year contract or $708.99 at its retail cost.The One M9 will also be available on AT&T Next installment plans starting at $23.64 per month with Next 24, $29.55 with Next 18, or $35.45 with Next 12. AT&T will sell the 32GB model in silver or gray. AT&T will also ship pre-orders as they are received, meaning that those that pre-order tonight will likely get their phones ahead of the official launch.
T-Mobile plans to begin accepting pre-orders for the M9 at 6:00 AM Pacific Time on March 27 and will also sell in stores on April 10th. T-Mobile will offer it for $0 down followed by $27.08 per month for 24 months. T-Mobile will also sell the device at its full retail cost of $649.92. T-Mobile’s version of the phone will also have Wi-Fi calling support. Like AT&T, T-Mobile will also ship its M9 as it receives pre-order shipments, meaning that those that pre-order tomorrow morning will likely get their phones ahead of the official launch.