Amazon drops HTC One to $49.99 ( Sprint and AT&T)

Amazon drops HTC One to $49.99 ( Sprint and AT&T)

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Looks like Amazon is thinking of all the new phones that are soon to come, as they have dropped the price of HTC’s flagship phone to just $49.99 with a new two year contract though Sprint or AT&T. Currently the only color option available is silver. If you aren’t looking to purchase a new contract, there are other sale options as well. Have a look around!

If you were still hesitant to jump on the HTC bandwagon, now may be the time. Head on over to the Amazon Sprint or Amazon AT&T pages for more details. No word on how long this deal will last so hurry up and grab yours today!

 

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