Starting today, Sprint has officially begun selling the HTC One Max phablet across all of their stores. Additionally, dummy units of the One Max have made their way across to Verizon's brick and mortar stores. Unfortunately, a price tag was listed along with, and it ain't a very happy figure. While Sprint is asking just $150 as upfront cost, Verizon wants you to cough up twice the amount i.e. $300 in addition to a two-year contract.
UPDATE: Verizon has officially announced the HTC One Max, for $299.
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