Last chance to take advantage of HTC's Summer Sunset Sale

Last chance to take advantage of HTC's Summer Sunset Sale
The dog days of August are upon us which can only mean one thing. HTC's Summer Sunset Sale is coming to an end. Available for U.S. consumers only, the sale includes three free months of Amazon Music Unlimited with the purchase of an HTC U11 directly from HTC. The handset is available with 64GB of storage for Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint and AT&T customers. The phone can also be purchased unlocked with 64GB or 128GB of storage.

The 64GB carrier branded and unlocked HTC U11 can be yours for $649. You can purchase it by paying $36.05 each month for 18 months. The HTC U11 features the Edge Sense feature that allows you to open an app by squeezing the two sides of the phone together. Unlike most Android handsets, the HTC U11 offers a second assistant in the form of Amazon's Alexa. Noise cancellation with the HTC USonic earbuds makes the outside world go away so that you can enjoy your tunes without hearing car horns, screaming neighbors and airplanes flying overhead.

Besides the HTC U11, the sale includes the:

  • HTC U Ultra ($499; price cut from $749).
  • HTC Bolt ($500; price cut from $600).
  • HTC 10 ($399; price cut from $699).
  • Various accessories for your HTC handset priced to sell.

These prices are still available, but for a limited time only. If you want to keep the care-free days of summer going, click on the sourcelink to see which HTC handset is the one for you.

source: HTC



1. TBomb

Posts: 1574; Member since: Dec 28, 2012

They can't bring the price of an HTC10 back up to $699 at the end of the sales... that would be stupid.

2. jjface

Posts: 251; Member since: Jun 07, 2017

No wonder they make losses.

3. renan_batista2

Posts: 21; Member since: May 11, 2013

Nah, i´m good! I still got the HTC 10, i´m pretty impressed with it. My phone fell hundred times with a very thin case and nothing happend.

4. nebula

Posts: 1009; Member since: Feb 20, 2015

Funny how shadows differ of the different pieces in the " what comes in the box" . Inconsistency one word.

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