HTC One M9 Can Be Purchased From T-Mobile From Tomorrow And Will Deliver Before Launch Date


HTC's latest flagship device, the HTC One M9 has already had an interesting life. The One M9 was the subject to a sheer ton of speculation and rumors before it was announced. Then came along MWC and the official announcement and unveiling of the device. Interestingly, HTC were launching their device on the same day as Samsung unveiled their latest flagship device, the Samsung Galaxy S6. Even more interestingly, was the news which was reported just over a week ago that HTC was confirming the One M9 would go on sale the same day as the Samsung Galaxy S6, On April 10th.

Well, that is unless you purchase the One M9 from T-Mobile. The Un-carrier has today announced that if you buy the One M9 through them, they will deliver the device to you before April 10th. That is, before the actual launch date of the device. In fact, T-Mobile very clearly state in their press release (source link below) they will deliver the device to you "weeks before it's available for everyone else".


So, if you are one of those who wants to be among the very first to get your hands on the latest device from HTC, then the press release states that customers will be able to purchase the One M9 beginning tomorrow morning. That is 6am PST time (which is 9am EST). The announcement also details that the One M9 will be available with $0 down and available at $27.08 per month on a 24-month contract. Of course, if you would rather wait until the device is in store so that you can get a feel for it before placing you order, then you will need to wait until April 10th. Even with T-Mobile. If you are already sold and want to get your order in as soon as possible to guarantee that early delivery, then you will need to make a note of this page and be ready once the link becomes active tomorrow morning. Alternatively, you can read the full press release by clicking the source link below to make sure of all the details.

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