This promising handset has experienced a few setbacks - among them numerous delays - and now we can report one extra problem - a Best Buy newsletter shows that the HTC ThunderBolt is to cost $299.99 with a two-year contract.
Fair enough, LTE is one of these features everyone wants to taste, and this phone will offer 8GB build-in storage plus a 32GB microSD card pre-installed. But despite all these goodies, can you justify spending $300 for a phone on a two year contract, no matter how good it is?
This device is set to be available for $699 without a contract, but its official release date is yet to be announced.
Take into account this may not be the final HTC ThunderBolt price on a contract, so keep your fingers crossed Best Buy and Verizon will discount it a little bit.