Orange and T-Mobile
The HTC One X can be yours for free on Orange or T-Mobile when you sign yourself up to a £41 per month, 24-month plan. That'll leave your wallet smarting, so you may want to wait and see which other plans are revealed.
If you want to acquire the One S -- which is the slightly smaller version of the 4.7-inch HTC One X -- on Orange or T-Mobile without paying up front, then expect to sign yourself up to a £36 per month, 24-month contract.
The prices are the same for both networks, which is fitting as both operators are united under the daft 'Everything Everywhere' banner. The release date for both devices is 5 April.
If you're keen, you can register your interest on Orange or T-Mobile's site, though unfortunately the networks haven't opened pre-orders yet, so for now your cash will remain trapped in your bank account, pacing around like a caged wolf, eager to spend itself on a new phone.
Those allied with the red-hued network can get the HTC One X for free on a £41 per month, 24-month contract that bags you 900 minutes, unlimited texts and 1GB of data. To get it on a more reasonable £26 per month contract you'll need to splash out £299 to start with. Ouch.
To get the One S for free, expect to fork over £36 every month for two years, which lands you with 600 minutes, unlimited texts and 1GB of data -- £199 up front gets you the phone for £26 per month over 24 months.
Vodafone's flogging these two phones from 5 April, and has opened pre-orders, so click those links above and click 'select phone and choose plan' to dive through all the tariffs on offer.
The HTC One X hits bubbly operator O2 on 5 April, though orders have gone live today, so if you're within a 24-hour delivery area and order fast, you could have it arrive tomorrow. £36 on a 24-month contract is the cheapest way to get the One X for free, on the network's On and On tariff.
Meanwhile, O2 tells me the HTC One S will go live on 5 April, but for now it's still listed as 'coming soon' on the site, with no price information.
Three will be flogging both the One X and the One S from 4 April (that's tomorrow, date fans), and has helpfully revealed all its pricing too.
The prices themselves are similar to other networks. £38 per month on a 24-month contract gets you the One X for free, while acquiring the One S with no cost up front will set you back £35 per month over two years. You can pre-order now if you fancy.
If you don't want to sign up for a lengthy contract and have some wonga going spare, buying SIM-free is a good option. The One X is on sale from Amazon at £490, while the One S is going for a cheaper £415. Both phones will be released on 5 April.
The HTC One X is a performance powerhouse, packing a monstrous quad-core processor, a 4.7-inch screen and a slim design. Battery life is the trade-off however -- don't expect marvellous performance away from the mains.
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