Those looking to buy the Verizon HTC One will surely want to take a look at a deal that has the device priced $100 below Verizon’s $199.99 on-contract asking price.
In August, after months of toying with customers, Verizon released the HTC One, a device that had arrived on AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile all the way back in April. The device, which arrived with the same features as its competitors, was made available for $199.99 on-contract. Almost immediately though, we saw some deals on the device with some retailers slashing $50 off Verizon’s asking price.
Those who waited to buy though will find even cheap pricing available as both Amazon and Dell are offering enticing deals on Verizon’s version of the HTC One.
Amazon is offering the device to new customers for $119.99 on-contract. Those who are looking to upgrade will find that the price jumps up to $129.99 which is still much cheaper than the Verizon HTC One price at Verizon. However, it’s Dell that is offering an amazing deal on the HTC One for new and upgrading customers.
Dell is currently offering the Verizon HTC One to new customers for $99.99, a full $100 cheaper than Verizon’s sticker. What’s more is that the company will throw in a pair of uBeats headphones which are a $99 value. That is an incredible deal for a device that is only a few weeks old. Those upgrading will find a $119.99 price tag, same as Amazon’s price for new customers.
These are fantastic offers for those that are looking for something not called Samsung Galaxy Note 3 or iPhone 5S as the HTC One is still one of the best smartphones on the market.
It includes a 4.7-inch 1080p display, quad-core processor, Ultrapixel camera, Sense 5 and Verizon’s device runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean out of the box. HTC says that it will be updating the HTC One in the U.S. to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean in September but it still has not set a date.
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