It is already May, which means that the HTC 10 smartphone, the newest flagship device that HTC had introduced in the early part of April this year, is now about to hit store shelves everywhere. Yep, the Taiwanese mobile giant is now accepting preorders for its latest smartphone offering. So how you go about purchasing the HTC 10 in advance? Scroll down below.
Those who want to buy the HTC 10 from the biggest wireless carrier in the United States will be delighted to know that Verizon Wireless is already making the device available for preordering. Moreover, if interested parties decide on paying off the HTC 10 smartphone by way of monthly installments, they will get to enjoy savings of a hundred bucks off the full retail price of the handset.
Indeed, at Verizon Wireless, the HTC 10 is made available for $648 at full retail price, but if those interested in buying the device opt for enrolling in the wireless carrier’s Device Payment Plan, they will be paying $22.83 a month over a period of a couple of years (24 months to be exact). This is equivalent to just $548 in total.
As for those who already are subscribers of the Big Red and are looking to trade in their old smartphone for a new HTC 10, they can also get up to $312 in account credits or gift cards for qualified devices. It should be noted that those preordering the HTC 10 from Verizon Wireless can expect their device to start shipping on May 5th of this year.
Planning to purchase the HTC 10 from T-Mobile? Know that while this major US wireless has indeed verified that it will be stocking units of the HTC 10, so far it still has not published any detail regarding pricing or availability. Still, HTC fans are still free to get the SIM unlocked, GSM capable edition of the HTC 10 directly from the phone maker’s official website, and then when their phone gets delivered, they can just use it with a T-Mobile straight out of the box.
At Sprint, orders will start on May 13th of this year. To date, the wireless carrier has not confirmed any pricing information yet for the HTC 10, however Sprint subscribers who are purchasing the device via Sprint Easy Pay will be paying $0 upfront and then $26 every month for a period of 24 months (two years).
Similar to what Verizon Wireless is doing, Sprint is still offering an ETF/device fee switching deal for new subscribers who decide to trade their old handsets, with up to $650 per line of service made available to new customers. Moreover, Sprint is still offering unlimited fast data, which costs $75 a month for a single line of service.
But wait -- what about AT&T? As far as anybody knows, AT&T will not be selling the HTC 10 directly, but just like the T-Mobile scenario, interested buyers can purchase the device from HTC.com and then use the phone with an AT&T SIM straight out of the box. For more HTC deals, you can start browsing phones and plans from AT&T at Wirefly now.
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