Comprehensive Carrier Pricing/Availability for M9 and S6/S6 Edge

Our last breaking news article on availability was getting a bit long, and more information continues to roll in about pricing on US carriers for the M9, S6, and S6 Edge.  Therefore, this post will be updated throughout the next few weeks to reflect new information on pricing.

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HTC One M9 Pricing 

AT&T

Pre-orders start March 27 at 12:01AM EDT and the phone will be available in stores April 10.

AT&T Next 24 — $23.64; Next 18 — $29.55; Next 12 — $35.45

2 year contract: $199.99

No contract or Next plan: $708.99

AT&T will carry the Gold on Silver and Gunmetal Grey variants of the M9

T-Mobile

Pre-orders start March 27 at 6:00AM PDT and the phone will be available in stores April 10. T-Mobile states that if you pre-order, you will receive your phone “weeks it’s available for everyone else.”

$0 down + $27.08/month x 24 = $649.92

Unlocked

HTC will sell an unlocked model  directly from their online store for $649 starting at 12:01AM EDT March 27. The unlocked version should be banded to suit the AT&T network.  According to the tweet below from HTC, you will actually be able to purchase an off-contract model of the M9 at 12:01 EDT tonight. That is a chance from the original understanding that it would only be the unlocked model.  We’ll see what happens in 3 hours!

Verizon

Verizon has announced that they will open M9 pre-orders on April 1. Apparently Verizon is all about rebelling against the norm man!

The device will cost $199 with a new 2-year contract or $24.99 per month on Verizon Edge. Verizon will sell both the Gold on Silver and Gunmetal Grey models with 32GB of storage.

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