HTC's One V to Be Sold By Wide Selection of U.S. Carriers
Jul 2, 2012, 12:44 PM by Eric M. Zeman
HTC today announced that the One V Android smartphone has been picked up by a significant number of regional cellular network operators in the U.S. The One V went on sale through Virgin Mobile USA last week, but can soon be expected to grace the store shelves of U.S. Cellular and carrier members of the Associated Carriers Group (ACG) in the coming days and weeks. Some of the ACG's members include Alltel, C Spire Wireless, Pioneer Cellular, and Appalachian Wireless. Pricing and availability will be determined by each individual carrier.
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