AT&T Confirm HTC One M9 Will Be Available From Midnight Tonight And Includes Early Shipping

If you woke up this morning wondering when you will be able to get your hands on HTC's latest flagship device, the HTC One M9, then the question has already been answered. The device is due to go on proper in-store sale starting from April 10th. The same reported day as the Global launch of the Samsung Galaxy S6. However, HTC have announced today that you will be able to purchase the One M9 starting from tomorrow (March 27th), which effectively means midnight tonight. T-Mobile has already sent out their confirmation on availability, stating that the device will be on sale from tomorrow and will be delivered before the scheduled April 10th in-store available launch date.

Well, next to make their carrier confirmation known is AT&T who is also confirming that the One M9 will be available to purchase online from tomorrow. Like T-Mobile, those who order online before the April 10th date will receive their device in-hand before April 10th. Adding that all orders will be shipped same day as long as orders are received before 1pm CT. In terms of pricing, AT&T detail that the One M9 will be available with $0 down and across their AT&T Next program. This means if you pick the device up on AT&T 12 (which is a twelve-month contract) then you will be looking at a monthly cost of $35.45. Likewise, if you pick the device up on the AT&T Next 18 plan (eighteen-month contract) then the price drops down to $29.55 per month. Finally, the cheapest monthly option comes with the AT&T Next 24 plan (2-year contract) which sees the monthly outlay dropping down to $23.64 per month. Alternatively, the device can be purchased on a standard 2-year contract with a down payment of $199.99

If however, you are not too keen on picking up the One M9 on a contract plan and instead would prefer to go all-out, then the press release also details the device will be available off-contract for $708.99. As such, you do have a number of options available depending on your needs. You can read the press release in full by clicking the source link below.

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