Sprint and Verizon have followed AT&T and T-Mobile in announcing pricing for their version of the HTC One M9, with Sprint being the first US carrier to launch the smartphone. Sprint will sell the phone online and in stores on Friday, March 27 for $0 down followed by 24 monthly lease payments of $20. For a limited time, customers who buy the One M9 from Sprint will also be able to purchase a Harmon Kardon Bluetooth speaker for $99, a savings of $50 from its retail price of $149.99. Sprint will also honor its latest offer for new customers whereby the carrier will cover all expenses to move to Sprint with the One M9.
Verizon will open pre-orders for the M9 on April 1 and the phone will reach Verizon’s retail stores on April 10 for $199.99 with a two-year contract or for $25 per month for 24 months on a Verizon Edge installment plan. The One M9 will also launch with Verizon’s Advanced Calling 1.0 capability, which enables HD Voice and Video Calling support to other compatible Verizon smartphones over its LTE network along with simultaneous voice/data capability.