The HTC One has had a gradual rollout, just coming to Verizon Wireless after three long months, even regional US carrier C Spire grabbed the device before the big red carrier.
Canada’s WIND Mobile has now got the HTC One under its service and is the fourth carrier in Canada to pick up the smartphone, the other three being Telus, Rogers and Bell, the three main carriers in the country.
WIND Mobile has had a troubled past grabbing the latest and greatest smartphones, with the three big carriers who absorb most of the customers in Canada taking the exclusive deals. It was even rumoured for a time Verizon Wireless were thinking of grabbing WIND Mobile and Mobilicity to tackle the Canadian market.
The HTC One is still our favourite device on the market right now, even with the Moto X and Lumia 1020 coming out the woodwork as competent challengers for first place.
Design, display, performance and UI all packed nicely in one bag makes this our favourite and with over seven million sales so far, it seems like consumers around the world enjoy the smartphone.
With WIND Mobile, they are offering to sell the phone outright for $629 or for as low as $329 on the WINDTab 40 plan. This is a little more expensive than the three major carriers, all offering the phone at $199 on a two year contract.