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Vodafone UK has HTC One X, One S up for pre-order

With the launch of the HTC One series right around the corner, Vodafone UK has begun taking pre-orders for the two handsets in the line. The HTC One X and One S can be reserved for as cheap as free depending on the accompanying service plan.

The One X is available in both its white and grey decos at no cost when packaged with a £41 per month tariff (900 minutes, unlimited text, and 1GB of data). Cheaper plans see the phone’s on-contract price rise to £299. The One S also comes in at free when coupled with a £36 per month tariff affording 600 minutes, unlimited text, and 1GB of data.

Folks in the UK looking to other service providers or a chance at an unlocked One device have plenty to choose from.

[Vodafone via AndroidCentral]

Continue reading on the HTC One S forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.

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  • wtpanos

    That’s a decent looking phone

  • http://www.phonestabs.com/ Sumit

    The devices are up for pre-orders for more than a week on Vodafone, O2 and Orange via phone4u http://phonestabs.com/2012/03/17/pre-order-htc-one-x-and-htc-one-s-at-phones4u-uk/

  • Badgerboy1977

    You can get much better deals than that to be honest.
    I’ve pre ordered my One X from Dial-a-phone for free on a £31 pm contract with a free media link HD included and buymobilephones.net has it available on £31 pm contracts also.

  • anunna

    I always use omio comparison website. Had mine on order now since 9th march. Fee phone, unlimited data, texts and 2000 mins for £36. But there’s loads of better deals out there.

  • ilhan Sen

    In Sweden, carrier ‘Tre’ (Three) offers SEK 349:-/month for a 24 months contract which is equal to ~£ 32,5 and 10 GB data included, + 32Mbit/s download speed. Have pre-ordered mine already. Cheers!!

  • ilhan Sen

    + free sms & mms, free call in the country regardless of within its own network or towards other operators as well as PSTN. Combining this offer with a One-X is not such a bad deal, is it?