T-Mobile to sell HTC One M8 from April 11th

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After weeks of rumors and speculations, we have all seen HTC’s latest flagship being officially revealed. We have presented you its major technical specs and features, we have told you that HTC One M8 is now available online from AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon Wireless, but we know what you must be thinking of. What about T-Mobile? Many of you might have been faithful to this carrier over the years, so we are sure that you want to find out what T-Mobile has to offer as well before taking any decision. The first T-Mobile press release didn’t offered  all the details that we needed, only informing us that HTC One M8 is going to become available to purchase online and in stores from next month. But now that T-Mobile’s press release has been updated, we finally have release date and pricing information.

T-Mobile Offer: $0 down with 24 monthly payments of $26.50

To be more precise, HTC One M8 we’ll become available for sale online and in retail stores from April 11, the very same release of Samsung’s Galaxy S5. But the pricing is the aspect that makes the carrier’s offer so compelling; we are talking about $0 down with 24 monthly payments of $26.50, reaching to a total of $636 for your HTC One M8.

What other carriers have to offer?

This number doesn’t sound at all bad, but you must be careful; if you afford paying the full price, then you can choose Verizon’s HTC One M8 offer for $599.99 without a contract, while both AT&T and Sprint already have higher prices from the start.

A contract-free smartphone from Sprint costs you no less than $649.99 and AT&T’s full price is of $639.99, but don’t leave aside that all these carriers also have their two-year agreements and plans to choose from, so dot hesitate to find out more details from here.

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