Sprint HTC One just $29.99 with Beats headphones and $50 Dell gift card
There is a catch, of course. To take advantage of this offer, you need to be a new Sprint customer. For $29.99 and a signed two-year contract, you get a brand new HTC One. In addition, you receive a $36 credit from Sprint for the activation fee. Dell is also tossing in for free a pair of urBeats Headphones that normally retail for $99. Lastly, Dell is giving you a $50 gift card. Now, our math skills might not be what they once were, but it seems that the value of this bundle far exceeds what you are paying for it.
Did we mention the catch? Well, here are some other little tidbits. The $36 Sprint voucher expires August 16th. The $50 Dell gift card expires August 31st, and the headphones ship two weeks after the phone does. Regardless, this is a sweet deal for new Sprint customers. And if you are a current Sprint customer with an upgrade burning a hole in your pocket, you can receive the same deal (minus the $36 activation credit) for $99.99.
source: DellMobility via AndroidPolice, AndroidAuthority
1. SmartPhoneStream (Posts: 154; Member since: 21 Jun 2012)
They should offer the headphones for 29.99, that's what they're worth
2. a_merryman (Posts: 364; Member since: 14 Dec 2011)
Damn, instead they're just offering the headphones for free. You're really getting screwed there, aren't you?
4. sum182 (Posts: 197; Member since: 19 Nov 2011)
hes just saying they're overprices headphones, which i agree, but yeah. Frees free, better than what you get with anything else. And an additional $50
5. SmartPhoneStream (Posts: 154; Member since: 21 Jun 2012)
Let me reword that, Beats should charge 29.99 for the headphones. They're a steal for free, but if you were to buy them for $100 you're getting ripped off.
6. a_merryman (Posts: 364; Member since: 14 Dec 2011)
Lol, yeah. I knew what you meant. I just like being a smartass too. $30 seems a fair price for beats, they're decent headphones. But if youre paying $100 you should get some Shures or Sennheiser headphones, then you can actually get the quality and rich sound you're paying for. At $30, beats would be a much better deal than those pos skull candy headphones.
7. Dorothy69 (banned) (Posts: 498; Member since: 21 May 2013)
Another reason not to choose Sprint: FAIL!!
It's probably taking so long for everything because all the above promo orders are being processed through their outsourced Calling Centers [in Guam and India].
In the words of Nancy Reagan, "Say no to drugs and say no to Sprint!"
9. jaychildz (Posts: 90; Member since: 31 May 2013)
I HATE HATE HATE TALKING TO THOSE PEOPLE, NO OFFENSE BUT THEY NEVER UNDERSTAND ENGLISH AND CAN BARELY SPEAK IT.
10. Dorothy69 (banned) (Posts: 498; Member since: 21 May 2013)
No offense taken. As much as their "Unlimited Everything" plan was (maybe 3 years ago), it wasn't enough to subject myself to the horrid torture of their Customer (OUTSOURCED) Service. And, now, their 3G network is so clogged and their 4G LTE network so sparse that, you couldn't [PAY ME] enough to sign a 2-year death trap!!
14. lsutigers (Posts: 560; Member since: 08 Mar 2009)
Sprint no longer uses overseas call centers.
15. Dorothy69 (banned) (Posts: 498; Member since: 21 May 2013)
Right!? And, 3rd-party chargers don't kill people, it's really a conspiracy by the Lollipop Guild.
11. rallyguy (Posts: 364; Member since: 13 Mar 2012)
One of the advantages of being on a SERO plan is you get transferred to an American call center.
16. synthetic_llama (Posts: 14; Member since: 06 Jan 2013)
I can tell you one of the advantages that you get with t-mobiles data network.
8. GeekMovement (Posts: 1136; Member since: 09 Sep 2011)
if they had the upgrading fee to $29.99 i would have tried it again. I hate the $36 activation fee too!
12. rallyguy (Posts: 364; Member since: 13 Mar 2012)
Yeah, it used to be $16 or $18 and was usually waived. Not anymore.
13. khmer (Posts: 88; Member since: 21 Jun 2012)
HTC is wasting $1 billion on Robert Downey. HTC will go bankrupt very soon.