Deal: HTC 10 costs just $240 at Sprint, no need to be a Sprint customer


Despite the fact that HTC recently introduced its new flagship smartphone, the HTC 10 is still popular among Android fans. To make it even more appealing, Sprint has dropped the last year flagship's price tag to just $240 outright.

Moreover, Sprint customers who want to take advantage of the deal can grab the HTC 10 for free on $10 monthly payments for 24 months. The current promo is available to Sprint customers online and over the phone, but not at brick and mortar stores.

However, if you're not a Sprint customer, you can still buy the HTC 10 for $240 directly from a participating Sprint store. The smartphone can be unlocked so that you can use it on other carriers in the United States like AT&T and T-Mobile. Keep in mind that if you want Sprint to unlock the HTC 10 for you, the device must be or have been active on the Sprint network for a minimum of 50 days.

It's worth mentioning that Sprint usually sells the HTC 10 for around $400, but the current price drop looks to be permanent. There's no time limit for the HTC 10 promo, so we assume it will be valid while supply lasts.

For more details on HTC's last year's flagship, you can check out our full HTC 10 review. While at it, you might want to read about the new HTC 11 as well.

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