You can now buy the T-Mobile HTC One M8



T-Mobile was the odd carrier out when the HTC One M8 hit wide-spread in-store availability yesterday (following a brief couple of weeks of Verizon exclusivity), but that is no longer the case. You can now buy the T-Mobile HTC One M8 both online and in-store, giving you another compelling option on a day where a certain other high-profile launch is taking place.

The HTC One M8 can hold its own against any device when it comes to specs, build quality and features. We covered much of it in our review, which should give you a good idea of whether or not this device is worth your hard-earned money ($0 down on a $636 price tag for 24 consecutive payments of $26.50).

It’ll cost you practically nothing to walk away with an HTC One M8 from T-Mobile today, even if you are coming from a different carrier (what, with their promise to pay your ETF fees, and all). Be sure to check it out here if you’re interested.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. I got one! My friend has had the sprint version for 2 weeks. I absolutely love it. Already BL Unlocked and rooted on launch day!

    1. dang dude you waste no time huh, lol, rooted already, did you at least give sense 6 a chance

      1. Absolutely! Just debloated the T-mobile crapware

        1. ok thats understandable, dam i wish i knew how to root

          1. It’s easier then you think , if I could do it anyone can , just be patient , Read Read And then Read some more , I would suggest you watch a video or two , and Bam you are now part of the rooting community ,I would strongly suggest you become a member of XDA it’s free……http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2702327


          2. ill check it out, and prolly try with my M7 since im about to get the M8

          3. Read the guides and sticky threads on top of xda forums before posting. If you got any questions go into the questions board.

          4. I just used this tool kit


            The only thing it does not tell you to do is download Java and the Android SDK. Once you get the SDK open make sure you go to Android 4.2.2 on the list and check all the boxes to download what it needs to talk to the M8’s version of Android. The kit will not work without ADB. It took me a few minutes to figure out why ADB did not work. It was that I had not downloaded the 4.2.2 tools in the SDK.

      2. ???

        Rooting and unlocking the bootloader has no effect on Sense 6, my friend.

        1. yea i was thinking he might have installed a rom, i assumed to quick

          1. ‘sokay. I used “has” instead of “have”…so we both messed up. :p

          2. lol

    2. Still gotta use HTCDev for the unlock code, right?

      1. Nope check the forums out

        1. Nice!

          Will do. Thanks. :)

        2. Ugh…

          you don’t have a link, do you? Only thing I could find ended with “Weak Sauce temproot doesn’t work, but unlocking via HTCDev, manually rooting, and then running firewater will get you S-Off.”

          Was hoping there was a way to achieve S-Off on the T-Mob variant without tripping HTCDev’s database. Not that it will affect my purchase though…

      2. Yea, I went ahead. I have never had any trouble with anything (warranty) Eventually S-off will come to us anyway

  2. Would anyone be so kind as to tell me how much it is if you’re upgrading and not a new customer? It’s a good three or four hours before I’m on a computer and the website is hating my phone. Thought I’d try to upgrade through my mobile I lm so excited but no luck.

    1. $26.5/mo gets you a new One.

      It doesn’t matter if you are an existing or new customer. It doesn’t matter if you have an existing device on EIP that you are still paying on. You don’t even have to use JUMP! to get it…just add the device’s $26.5/mo EIP to your current and … done.

      Is that what you were asking?

      1. Yeah basically. :) I’m just wanting to get the One, give back my Galaxy and keep making payments. So this sounds way cool, thanks!

  3. Now this is tempting It’s actually cheaper to buy it from t-mobile than from google play. This was not the case when the nexus 4 was released.

  4. I am now a proud owner of the HTC One M8! Nice job HTC.

  5. . I’m in love with the phone!

  6. Just got mine today ! Im loving the phone, the build, the quality, the speed. Just ordered a 64GB SD card. Awesome, awesome phone.

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