Dell is currently offering an interesting deal on the HTC One, the current HTC flagship device that has been selling rather well this year.
Moving past the fact that a computer maker is offering such deals, we’ll tell you that the Sprint HTC One sells for $29.99 when purchased with a new two-year contract by new Sprint customers. Existing subscribers will have to pay $99.99 for the device. From the looks of it, this isn’t a deal on a refurbished device – like other current deals out there – but for a brand new device.
In addition to the low up front cost, you’ll also get a $50 Dell gift card, a $36 Sprint credit voucher for new Sprint customers (which basically means the activation fee for the handset is waived) and free shipping (for everyone).
In case that’s not enough to get you to buy the HTC One from Dell, you also get a free pair of urBeats headphones, which would otherwise retail at $99. The headphones are offered free of charge to all buyers.
There are some additional conditions that you should be aware of:
Will you take Dell up on their Sprint HTC One offer?
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Mother of God…
Amazing deal, but it’s all ruined by the fact that it’s on Sprint…
says that the deal is for “dell’s member purchases” or can anybody buy it?
If only Sprint had coverage in my area
maybe you should mention that they’re not headphones, but ear buds? when i hear “headphones” i think of the over your ear type
it sucks because i’m likely going to pay $200-$250 when it comes to VZ, plus upgrade fee.
DAYUM, oh well I coudn’t expect any less for a 4-5month old phone, nice opportunity for those that doesn’t care about the latest and greatest in a few weeks. I’m already thinking about selling my One for the One Max, will do when release date is close
wow you have to be a new customer
Well said.. Nothing is worth that horrible sprint service
You will just be paying it all back when u finally have had enough and pay the early termination fee to leave sprint. They are scammers
I was raped by verizon for years….might as well use sprint and get the same service for less price. Two greedy carriers At&t + Verizon…They will fail I know for a fact!