Amazon to sell HTC One for $79.99 on Friday only to new AT&T, Sprint subscribers

Amazon to sell HTC One for $79.99 on Friday only to new AT&T, Sprint subscribers
The HTC One has done everything that the Taiwan manufacturer hoped that it would. With the company rallying around the device as far back as HTC's February Year End party, the metal unibody design and sexy styling has allowed the phone to challenge the Samsung Galaxy S4. While unofficially the Samsung Galaxy S4 has outsold the HTC One 2 to 1, that still could turn into a pretty good sales total for the model, which sports an industry best 468ppi pixel density.

For many Android smartphone buyers, it comes down to a choice between Samsung's latest and the HTC One. Amazon is trying to nudge you into the latter's camp, for Friday anyway, with a one day sale. Tomorrow, if you are a new customer to AT&T or Sprint, you can pick up the HTC One branded for either carrier at the low price of $79.99. The price is contingent on you signing a two-year contract with the carrier you choose.

And if you are merely upgrading an existing AT&T or Sprint account, Amazon didn't forget about you. You guys can pick up HTC's flagship Android model for $99.99 which still represents a nice discount from the regular pricing. Both silver and black colors are available for the deal, from both Sprint and AT&T. A signed two-year contract is required for this offer as well.

Friday is less than a day away and once the calendar turns to Saturday, you're out of luck. You've got a few hours before you need to press some serious buttons, so eat well and get some rest. If you're looking to buy the HTC One at a great price, tomorrow is your big day.

source: Amazon via AndroidCentral

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  • OS Android 5.0 Lollipop HTC Sense UI
  • Display 4.7 inches 1920 x 1080 pixels
  • Camera 4 MP (Single camera) 2.1 MP front
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 2GB RAM
  • Storage 64GB,
  • Battery 2300 mAh


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