Finally, the HTC ThunderBolt reaches that familiar $0.01 on-contract pricing with Amazon

Finally, the HTC ThunderBolt reaches that familiar $0.01 on-contract pricing with Amazon
In what seems to be an eternity in the making, we are finally seeing the HTC ThunderBolt getting down and dirty with that almost free on-contract pricing courtesy of Amazon.

In the past, we’ve seen the handset’s price being dropped progressively over the course of the last few months since debuting back in March. However, we’ve reached that monumental point where it’s finally becoming a no-brainer decision to buy because of its low price. Granted that it might not be the newest thing out there, Amazon is now selling the HTC ThunderBolt for $0.01 for new customers. Obviously, the only thing better that we can see happening at this point is seeing it become actually free or being given money to buy it.

Still, it’s worth noting that existing owners with qualified upgrades will need to shell out $119.99 to get the handset, which is still far better than the $250 that Big Red is offering. Thankfully, Amazon is making much easier to slide into an LTE smartphone without draining your pockets.

source: Amazon via Unwired View

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