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T-Mobile announces pricing for HTC One S and One X

Article by on Wednesday, 4 April 2012

The One X and One S are about to go on sale, and T-Mobile has announced how much they’ll cost.

If you sign up for a two-year contract you’re looking at £41 per month for the One X with no handset cost. That’s for unlimited texts, calls and internet.

On Three  it is £38 a month for two years with true unlimited internet. So for a handset like this with such a beautiful screen and which is particularly data hungry, that will do well.

The One S on T-mobile can also be yours free for the slightly lower price of £36 a month.

Both handsets are available from Wednesday.

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