HTC launches its own online store

At CTIA 2010, smartphone manufacturer HTC announces that it has opened up its own online store where customers can purchase devices and accessories.

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HTC Store: Now open for business.

LAS VEGAS--HTC, the company behind many of today's most popular smartphones, including the recently announced HTC Evo 4G for Sprint, launched its own online store on Tuesday to provide a one-stop-shop for all of its devices and accessories.

The www.shopamerica.htc.com lets customers search for smartphones by carrier, type of rate plan, and desired features, and the company will activate any handsets purchased for one of the four major U.S. carriers (AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, and Sprint). In addition to handsets, the store will stock accessories, such as chargers, headsets, and cases.

HTC offers a 15-day money-back guarantee and also has a customer service line to help with any questions.