Following its launch on Vodafone last month, the HTC One has landed on pay monthly tariffs from Three, EE, T-Mobile and Orange.
HTC’s latest hero smartphone is currently available for free on Three’s Ultimate Internet 500 for £34 a month and on The One Plan for £36 a month over a two-year term.
The former gets you 500 any-network minutes, while the latter comes with 2,000 minutes and 5,000 Three-to-Three minutes. Both tariffs are also packed with all-you-can-eat data and 5,000 texts.
EE, the UK’s sole 4G network, is offering the One for £46 a month, along with an upfront charge of £29.99 for the phone. In return, you’ll receive unlimited minutes and texts, plus 1GB of data.
The One is also available on EE’s partner networks T-Mobile and Orange on a range of 3G tariffs.
T-Mobile is selling the HTC One on its Full Monty plan at £36 a month and one-off fee of £69.99. This features unlimited internet and texts, 2,000 minutes and unlimited calls to T-Mobile numbers.
Orange, meanwhile, is listing the One on its Works tariffs from £36 a month, plus £49.99 for the phone, which entitles you to unlimited texts, minutes and Wi-Fi, 1GB of 3G data and one free ‘Swapable’ perk every month.
That leaves O2 as the only major network in the UK yet to announce contracts for the HTC One.
Standout features of the handset include a 4.7-inch Super LCD screen with a vivid full HD resolution and 469 ppi density, a 1.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor and an all-new ‘UltraPixel’ camera.
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