Wirefly puts the HTC ThunderBolt on sale for $150

Wirefly puts the HTC ThunderBolt on sale for $150
The HTC ThunderBolt, Verizon's 4G LTE flagship, just got cheaper than ever. Until Monday of next week,  the online retailer Wirefly will be asking only $149 for the ThunderBolt – a good $100 less than what Big Red is currently selling it for. Signing up for a 2-year contract is still required, of course.

Wirefly's deal beats even Amazon's $179 offer and has to be the cheapest we've ever seen the ThunderBolt being sold for. The bargain works after adding the smartphone to your cart, picking the service plan that suits you most, and entering the promotional code THUNDER0418 at the checkout page. So, if you have been waiting for the right moment to get yourself a shiny new HTC ThunderBolt, this should be the best time to do it.

source: Wirefly via DroidMatters

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2. taco50

Posts: 5506; Member since: Oct 08, 2009

I won a free Thundebolt at work and have been using it for a few days. Hard for me to understand why people think the OS is better than the iPhone's. I do see how you can prefer it for things like flash or full on multitasking, but the touch screen is not nearly as accurate and scrolling and zooming is choppy and not accurate. Battery life very poor. Overall the OS is not nearly as user friendly and easy to use as the iPhones.

3. celljrod

Posts: 82; Member since: Apr 07, 2011

OS is almost always personal preference. I personally prefer Android, but alot of my friends prefer iOS. Don't let any fanboys get to you. Use whatever works best for you.

1. 3MTA3 unregistered

WOW - an so it begins......only three weeks after launch. Long live the TBolt! Death to fruit!

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