Mar 23 2014, 10:11am CDT | by Ahmed Humayun
A report has been issued by the HTCSource citing which is considered to be a reliable and trustworthy source and it claims that the Verizon branding is exclusively offering the HTC One 2014 starting from March 25. Only two days remain till then and this is the official launch date of the much leaked phone. It has been reported that this exclusivity is expected to last for a couple of weeks.
If this news is authentic then AT&T will be offering the phone from mid April. This carrier is currently carrying out promos for the giving away of five of the HTC One 2014 from the 21st to the 25th of March. Looks this will just have to wait and the same goes for Sprint, T-Mobile and other US carriers. Looks like the HTC One is sticking out a hand for deals all over because just a couple of days earlier we had a report stating that HTC One had struck a deal with Best Buy which will exclusively be selling the Gold version of the phone with an off-contract price of $600. The phone is officially being announced two days later and it will be available right away on selected stores in the UK and will then hit additional 110 global markets in two weeks' time.
Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.
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