The HTC 10 is here and it looks every bit as enticing as we had hoped it would be. If you’re prepping to throw down some hard earned cash on HTC’s latest, you’re going to need to decide where you’re going to pick it up from. We’ve pulled together all the latest from carriers, retailers and HTC itself to keep you up to date with the best offers around. We’ll regularly update this page as more pre-order pages go live.[ooyala code=”NlcmNyMjE6CFNAqsgRZu5ACrxZhHsLON” player_id=”7f2b2d0412e84a188ede8d648751dc42″ width=”1920″ height=”1080″ auto=”true”]
HTC’s official site has a HTC 10 pre-order page with options to buy the 32 GB HTC 10 unlocked for $699 or on T-Mobile or AT&T. The unlocked version is compatible with AT&T, T-Mobile, Metro PCS, Alaska Communications, Cricket, Walmart Family Mobile, Straight Talk and Net 10.
HTC 10 pre-orders will start shipping in early May. HTC is offering 12 month/0% interest financing via PayPal Credit and you’ll get Uh Oh Protection if you buy the HTC 10 direct from HTC. The HTC 10 is currently only available in two colors – Carbon Grey and Glacier Silver, although two other color options have been announced: Topaz Gold and Camellia Red.
Update: HTC is sending out coupon codes to users who have previously signed up for an HTC Account. The codes are country specific, but it looks like even people who don’t have an account can use them (via PocketNow). Give them a try to shave a bit off your bill:
- USA: “HTC1008” – a $100 discount
- Canada: “HTCCA1008”- a CAD $100 discount
- UK: “HTC10” – a £57 discount
The HTC 10 is up for pre-order as of April 29th andis expected to ship by May 5th. Big Red is offering the handset for $648 or if you’d rather spread payments out over 24 months you’ll pay $22.83 a month – making for a total of $548, which is oddly $100 cheaper than if you want to by the phone outright.
The Now Network will sell the phone beginning on May 13th. The 10 will cost $26 a month for 24 months, which comes to $624. Sprint will also cover switching fees up to $650.