Jan 20 AT 1:39 PM Evan Selleck 3 Comments

Blue HTC One (M7) for Verizon, Sprint and AT&T is only $199 at Best Buy

image HTC One (M7) blue deal

While the HTC One (M7) is basically two years old at this point, it’s still certainly a worthy handset, especially for someone who doesn’t necessarily care about having the latest or greatest — or just really needs a phone.

Best Buy has those customers covered thanks to a new deal that’s been published to its online store. As noted by Droid-Life, the deal is listed for three options: the AT&T, Verizon and Sprint models. All three handsets are currently listed for $199.99 without a contract, which makes it a pretty good deal, all things considered.

As far as availability in stores goes, it seems to be hit-or-miss when it comes to availability. Several stores we looked at had Verizon models available, while none of the others. Some stores had AT&T units in, and others had only Sprint options. Shipping is quick, though, with Best Buy saying that models leave the warehouse usually in one business day.

For what it’s worth, the silver and black editions of the One (M7) are also listed for $199. However, each handset shows up as not able to ship, and checking zip codes for availability in store found “unavailable” across the board. If you happen to find a silver or black option in a store, though, Best Buy is offering the $199 for each device.

Do you plan on picking this up for yourself or someone else?

Via: Droid-Life

Source: Best Buy

Evan is a pretty big fan of technology, from phones to video game consoles and everything in between.

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  • Rudy

    Does the att will work with Tmobile?

    • Dirty Budha

      If you unlock it then yes, but AT&T won’t unlock it until the contract is up.

      • Nick

        If you buy the phone at the off contract price they will unlock it. I bought one from Best Buy and there is an Unlock my device page on At&t’s website where you can submit a request to unlock the phone. It took about two days to process the request, but my phone now works on T-mobile.