Pre-order the HTC One M9 from Verizon on April 1st, hits stores April 10th


Verizon HTC One M9

After we learned that you’ll be able to officially buy the HTC One M9 (unlocked model) direct from HTC starting tonight, Verizon is now chiming in with their own availability. The nation’s largest carrier has announced that pre-sales for their version of the HTC One M9 will begin on April 1st — no, this is not a joke — with an official launch taking place on April 10th.

Both colors will be available (2-tone gold/silver, or metal black) for only $200 with a 2-year agreement, or $25 a month for 2 years with Verizon Edge payment plan. Verizon also notes that their version will support Advance Calling 1.0 out of the box for HD Voice and Video Calling to other compatible smartphones on their network.


Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. The only joke is the actual phone itself

    1. The only joke is you, ‘Guest’

  2. If HTC can price it for $150 on contract, I think they can finally get some customers compared to the high price of the S6/S6 Edge

    1. That would be some aggressive pricing, I’m not sure Verizon has the courage.

      1. Gotta do what you gotta do to sell. I’m sure you wont see the price drop at Verizon stores, but other stores such as Best Buy, Amazon, etc. may have that price in the near future

        1. Now Best Buy, those guys take risks when it comes to pricing.

          1. Bestbuy takes risks because the company collects commission fees.

    2. I agree!

    3. I have heard the commissions for in store reps are super low on HTC at Verizon, they don’t even bother trying to sell them.

      1. That makes sense… Samsung, in anticipation of going head-to-head to HTC, probably will pay a higher commission to sell the S6. HTC isn’t in a position to do that.

  3. “their version will support Advance Calling 1.0 out of the box for HD Voice and Video Calling” nice! Waiting for this after the fact is a joke – just ask Turbo and Z3 people.

    1. It is encouraging to see advanced calling out of the box. Question is, will the S6 follow suit or require an update?

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