There’s certainly plenty of choice if you’re in the market for a new high end smartphone right now, especially considering that the Google Edition HTC One and Galaxy S4 are now shipping out. But if you’re on the hunt for a really good deal, then perhaps this is the one for you.
Amazon has lowered the price on both its AT&T and Sprint subsidized HTC One’s, knocking the price tags down to just $49.99 when you sign up for a two year contract with one of the carriers.
Fortunately, both new and existing customers can benefit from this deal, proving that you add a new line to your account. Otherwise, existing customers will have to pay $99.99 for an upgrade to replace their current handset with a new HTC One.
The deal applies to both black and silver versions of the smartphone on both of the two carrier options. However, you’ll only be able to pick up the 32GB version for this reduced price, the 64GB still only appears to be available through AT&T.
But if $50 isn’t already a good enough deal, you can also claim a free $25 Google Play Gift card when you purchase the HTC One between now and July 15th. All you need to do is punch in your handset’s serial number on HTC’s registration site, and you’ll receive a promotional code to use on Google Play. In fact, if you’ve brought a new HTC One since June 14th you can still nab your free Google Play credit.
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Really good deal but with snap 800′s coming out? I’m still holding on to my out of contract s2 till the next generation comes out…
Honestly US contracts suck balls. Here in Sweden when we sight for 2 year plan, we pay nothing at all, not even for insanely overpriced iPhones. And after that it’s about $40 a month.