HTC Snap finally available on Sprint's web site

HTC Snap finally available on Sprint's web site
After much talk and time, the rumors were true about Sprint offering the HTC Snap starting today. You can have yours for $149.99 after a $150 instant savings and $100 mail-in-rebate. So that means you'll have to shell out $249.99 to get this Windows Mobile Standard powered device before anything. Not looking to get it with a contract? Then it can be yours for a mere $399.99. Although Radioshacks and Best Buys across the nation had a head start, now you can rest knowing it can be bought from Sprint.

HTC Snap Specifications

source: Sprint via WMExperts



1. Galen20K

Posts: 577; Member since: Dec 26, 2008


2. theman414

Posts: 132; Member since: Jun 08, 2009

Is Verizon getting any good phones???? We are always last in everything :(

3. elgee02

Posts: 28; Member since: Jan 26, 2009

They are getting this exact phone (except it will be called the "ozone") on June 29th for $100 cheaper than Sprint's version.

4. bigdog805

Posts: 20; Member since: Jun 06, 2009

Just seems like another Motorola Q to me but by HTC. This phone is not worth $150 after rebates. HTC needs to lower the price of some of their phones its ridiculous! Like the Touch Pro, its a pretty nice phone but $300 after mail in rebate is just kinda high!

5. DonLouie

Posts: 594; Member since: Dec 22, 2008

BGR is reporting $120 after a $70 rebate, they (Snap and Ozone) look different too. The one time vzw has a cheaper handset you act like it's always that way, the true value test is which will cost less to own on contract

6. VDubb

Posts: 49; Member since: Dec 04, 2008

While you're right on the value test, most consumers are idiots and will buy the cheaper phone without realizing plan cost differences (since odds are, most wouldn't have done much, if any at all, research on plans before they went out to buy).

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