If HTC is serious about investing in Windows Phone once again, it makes sense that the company would want to spread its cards out. And that's exactly what's happening: T-Mobile just announced that it will also carry the One M8 for Windows at some point this fall, joining Verizon — which at least for right now is the phone's exclusive carrier — and AT&T.
Verizon's exclusivity window isn't believed to be very long; sources familiar with the matter have told us it may be as short as 60 days. So if you're on either T-Mobile or AT&T, the wait should be manageable. As we said in our review, many people would be better off picking the Android version of HTC's gorgeous metal smartphone. But if Windows is more your flavor, it's good to know you'll soon have three options instead of just one.