But thanks to Amazon, as usual, we find the price of HTC's latest handset for Sprint to be more fitting at $89.99 with a new-contract. At the under $100 price point, it's clearly better priced and will easily attract people with its range of feature. Now that all smartphones will soon be paying that premium data plan no matter what, it's not going to be a problem for the EVO Shift 4G thanks to its WiMAX 4G support. However, existing customers with a qualified upgrade will still need to shell out $149.99 for the handset.
source: Amazon via Unwired View