Deal alert: HTC One only $99.99 through Viva Movil, $149.99 with Wirefly, and $129.99 through Newegg

by: Brad WardAugust 22, 2013
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HTC One

The HTC One just launched on Verizon Wireless today, and some really good deals have already surfaced. Jennifer Lopez’s Viva Movil listed the HTC One for $100 cheaper than Verizon, bringing the device’s cost down to $99.99 on a new two-year contract. Talk about a steep discount!

Viva Movil hasn’t exactly been the go-to destination for smartphones, but for the time being, J-Lo’s store has some pretty nice discounts on a few devices, such as the Galaxy S4, which is also going for $99.99 on a new two-year agreement with Verizon. You can grab the device from Viva Movil here.

With Viva Movil, there is something important to note — when signing up for this upgrade, you’re forfeiting your unlimited data plan. To keep that, you need to purchase the device outright, and from what I can see, there isn’t a discount in buying it off-contract.

If you’re avoiding Viva Movil for some reason or another, Wirefly has a pretty nice $50 discount on Verizon’s HTC One. You can snag it for $149.99 on a new two-year contract.

Alternatively, there are a few discount codes you can try on Verizon Wireless’ own website. With the painful $30 upgrade fee, discount code FIFTYRMN should drop the price to $180 on a new two-year agreement. VERIZON30 should bring it down to $170.

If you don’t like that option, Newegg is also offering up a pretty neat deal where the HTC One costs a mere $129.99 on a new two-year contract. You can look into that more here.

  • TournaFlyer

    Can someone PLEASE explain to me why Verizon even has physical stores?

  • Robert Featherman

    Guys you do not get android version 4.2.2 if you don’t buy it from Verizon. So essentially if you want a older version of Android lacking key shortcuts and some features but with a price cut this is for you.

  • todd

    Bestbuy in Canada will offer the Rogers branded HTC One for $74.99 starting tomorrow on a two year agreement and Bell mobility will offer a $74.99 price on a Blackberry Q10 with a two year agreement.

  • John

    Thanks

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  • Monj

    Jaaay Loooow

  • Jorn Bohaansen

    Why would you embed a link to Wirefly, but fail to link to the better VIva Movil deal explicitly listed in the title? Fills my mind with WTF.