T-Mobile has made the iPhone 5 available for purchase. (T-Mobile )
Eager T-Mobile customers wait no more: The iPhone 5 is finally on sale.
The big pink carrier began accepting pre-orders for the super-popular Apple smartphone on Friday. Over the last few years, the iPhone has been available on all other major U.S. networks except T-Mobile, but that is set to change.
Pre-orders for the T-Mobile iPhone 5 are to arrive to users on April 12, the same day it goes on sale in stores.
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Users can head to T-Mobile's website to pre-order the device starting at $99.99 plus 24 payments of $20, for a total of $579.99, for a 16-gigabyte version of the Apple smartphone. They can also pay $199.99 plus the payments, or $679.99 total, for a 32-gigabyte model or $299.99 plus the payments, for a $779.99 total, for a 64-gigabyte model.
Meanwhile, Sprint customers can begin pre-ordering the HTC One from the Kansas-based carrier online.
The HTC One, which is to arrive in stores for Sprint and AT&T on April 19, is available for pre-order from Sprint for $200 with a two-year contract for a 32-gigabyte model. The phone is available in black or silver.
AT&T also began pre-orders for the device Thursday, and sells a 32-gigabyte version for $200 with a two-year contract and a 64-gigabyte version for $300 with a two-year contract.
T-Mobile is also set to carry the HTC One, but the carrier has not announced when it will begin selling the phone. It will sell the device for $99.99 with 24 payments of $20, for a total of $579.99.
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