Pay $21 a month for the HTC 10 from Sprint and save $120

If you are a Sprint subscriber pining after the best new flagship phone offered by HTC in years, we can tell you that the HTC 10 is now available from the nation's fourth largest carrier. You better like Glacier Silver, because that is the only color that is available from Sprint at the moment. The retail price of the handset is $624, but there are several options.

Who said that two-year contracts are dead? Not Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure. Sprint will sell you the HTC 10 for $199.99 if you put your John Hancock on a two-year contract. Or, you can put $0 down and pay $21 over 24 months. Now, those of you guys who are sharp as a tack when it comes to math might note that this works out to only $504. Yes, with the installment plan you are saving $120 over the cash price. You do need to have good credit in order to qualify for this deal.

Sprint and HTC are two firms looking to turn things around after some years of struggling. Sprint recently reported an operating profit in 2016 for the first time in nine years, and HTC is hoping that its new phone can help it take on Samsung and LG. In case you were wondering, the HTC 10 does support Sprint's tri-band LTE Plus service. This combines the attributes of three different bands into one zippy signal.

source: Sprint via AndroidCentral

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1. DnB925Art

Posts: 1168; Member since: May 23, 2013

$500 is a great deal on installment,

2. promise7

Posts: 894; Member since: Jul 03, 2013

Does Sprint add an additional fee to your monthly plan if you buy on a 2 year contract?

5. DnB925Art

Posts: 1168; Member since: May 23, 2013

Depends on the plan you are on. Old grandfathered plans like Everything Data 450/900/1500/3000, SeroP, etc. don't have it added on. some of the newer plans have it added on.

3. jyosshu

Posts: 1; Member since: May 13, 2016

The main issues with the leasing option are 1) You don't own the phone at the end of your lease. You normally have a buy out price, mine was $200. 2) You cannot pay off the lease early, if you don't like paying that extra $21 monthly.


Posts: 1459; Member since: Mar 09, 2010

Don't go with the lease you Can buy for a monthly fee like I did with my nexus 6. You own after two years of owning it..... You make it seem like leasing a 649.00 phone for 21.00 a month would amortize the 649.00 when it does not.

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