While we're all still basking in the glory that is the HTC One (M8) for Windows, AT&T has just announced that it, too, will be carrying the phone at some point. Though initial word with the announcement of the phone was that Verizon has tied up an exclusive, it seems as though there's a time limitation to it.
AT&T has announced that it will carry the phone with no further details, but official confirmation that it's coming to the other big U.S. carrier will be a relief to many. As an added bonus it seems AT&T isn't using a gigantic logo on the back like Verizon is, instead putting a small and simple globe logo at the bottom of the back.
AT&T isn't providing any pricing or date information (likely a part of the deal) for the release of the One (M8) for Windows, but it does have a simple sign-up page where you can drop your email address to get notified of future information.
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