REPORT: AT&T Sells Out HTC First Inventory After Price Cut

The good news for AT&T: Ralph de la Vega, CEO of AT&T Mobility, told CNET the mobile carrier sold out its inventory of the HTC First, the flagship phone for the Facebook Home Android overlay. The bad news for AT&T: It had to lower the price of the handset to $0.99 in order to do so.

De la Vega would not reveal the number of devices AT&T had in its inventory, only saying:

We sold a bunch more when we lowered the price. We sold everything we had on that.

CNET pointed out that the HTC First is still listed on AT&T’s website.

De la Vega also told CNET AT&T was not ready to close the book on Home, saying that the carrier is committed to working on different iterations of products with its partners, and adding:

We have a great relationship with Apple just like we have a great relationship with Facebook. We look forward to working with them to make Home better.

Readers: Do you think there will be another Home flagship phone?

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