Verizon Posts "HTC One Offer" Promo Video, Immediately Pulls It Down

Finally, tomorrow there will be no more leaks of the HTC One. Not that I hate the HTC One or anything, I'm just tired of all these leaks, it seems like that's all we write about lately. Last week we began seeing leaks and teasers from Verizon about the new HTC One which is due to be announced tomorrow. In fact they have signage up that says to hit refresh at 1pm ET on March 25th. Which would be amazing if HTC were able to sell their new phone the same day it was announced. Although we basically already know everything about the HTC One 2014.

According to Droid Life, Verizon had posted a new teaser on their website and YouTube, about a "HTC One Offer" and the video was immediately pulled, within seconds. But the web page is still up actually. They are saying "The Best smartphone of the year is about to get better" and they have a footnote at the bottom about why it's being called the best smartphone of the year. Which is due to the GSMA award for Best Smartphone of 2013 that it won last year. It also appears that the new offer is being tied in with Verizon's new More Everything plans, which are better than their Share Everything, but still not the best plans out there, however they do have the best coverage, and depending on where you live Verizon might be your only choice.

At this point, I'm getting tired of writing and reading about the HTC One, but tomorrow we'll know everything officially, since we already know just about everything. However, I have to say that the thing that I'm most excited for is being able to pick up the HTC One 2014 on the same day that it was announced. That is pretty damn awesome. No other manufacturer has been able to do that. Now even the almighty and powerful Apple or Google. Google kind of did it with the Nexus 5 last fall, but it was only available from Google Play, not the carriers. The HTC One will be available at, at least one carrier on launch day.

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