All of the Smart contracts will include a bonus 250MB of data every month.
According to the Vodacom website, the device has support for Long Term Evolution (LTE) and will run on Vodacom’s LTE network.
The HTC One also features the Taiwanese smartphone maker’s new-look software called “Blinkfeed”, which instead of the normal Android home screen, links to news sources and your social media accounts to display content.
HTC was initially aiming to launch the device during April 2013, but towards the middle of March revised its expectation to May.
This means that despite announcing its device before the Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC launched it after Samsung were able to bring their new Android flagship to South Africa.
The table below summarises Vodacom’s contract deals for the HTC One:
|HTC One: Vodacom||Monthly price||Minutes/Airtime||SMS||Data|
|* Includes bonus 250MB data per month for 24 months|