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HTC now offering off-contract One with financing

updated 08:05 pm EST, Thu December 5, 2013

HTC One available as low as $25 per month

HTC Is now offering its HTC One flagship handset for $0 down on an installment plan. The manufacturer unveiled on Thursday a new page touting the offer, which works much like purchasing a phone through a carrier with no money down. Customers submit to a credit check, and if their credit checks out, they can get HTC's flagship device for as little as $25 per month.

Customers passing the credit check can get a 32GB HTC One with no-interest monthly payments of $25 for the next two years. The offer is only available in the United States, and it applies only to the GSM One. That means that customers with AT&T and T-Mobile SIM cards should be able to take advantage of the deal, while Sprint and Verizon customers would not.



Worth $600, the debuted to very solid reviews earlier this year. Those reviews praised the device's aluminum unibody design, which some said to rival Apple's own design ethic. It packs a 4.7-inch Super LCD3 display outputting at full 1080p resolution and a pixel density of 468ppi. Powering all that is a 1.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon 600 processor.



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