We've already dubbed HTC's quad-core flagship One X as the king of Android smartphones in our full in-depth HTC One X review and video review, and you'd have to be an iron-willed gadgeteer to not be even a little tempted by the sleek-yet-powerful device.
If you've decided to bite the bullet and jump aboard the HTC One X bandwagon then there's two things you'll be interested in – when can you get it, and how much will it dent your wallet.
The release date for the HTC one X (as previously reported) is April 5th. The pricing is a slightly more complicated affair as we have to delve into the exciting world of mobile phone contracts and tariffs. Here's all you need to know.
HTC One X – SIM-free pricing
The best price we could whip up on the interwebs for the HTC Once X was £485 from Handtec, with Amazon and
HTC One X – contract and tariff pricingcat:29735503
Phones 4u will let you pre-order the HTC One X from £120 for the handset for a £26 per month, 24 month contract with O2, or you can nab the handset for free on Vodafone, with a £36 per month, 24 month contact.
Phones 4u will also chuck in a free HTC Medialink HD media streamer worth £80 with all pre-orders, which is a handy way to start streaming media from your phone to your telly, from day one.
The Carphone Warehouse
The Carphone Warehouse tells a similar story (minus the free media streamer) with a free HTC One X on offer for a 24 month, £36 per month contract on O2. £140 will get you the HTC One X on Orange, for an 18 month, £31 per month contract.
T-Mobile is offering the HTC One X for free on a £41 per month, 24 month plan which includes unlimited internet, texts and minutes to any network.
Three is offering a HTC One X for £99 on a 24 month, £27 per month contract as well as for free on a £32 a month, 24 month contract.
You can also get the HTC One X for free for only £26 a month on a 24 month contract on Vodafone from mobilephonesdirect. You can also get the One X free on T-Mobile for a £31 a month, 24 month contract, which serves up a more generous data allowance.
Don't forget to check out each website for the full list of tariffs and pricing details, including individual data, text and call allowances..
If you've seen any better deals then feel free to let us know via Twitter or in the comments section below, and we'll update the post accordingly.
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