HTC Offering Free Nexus 9 With Every One M9 Purchase

The HTC 10 has been much talked-about in recent times. The upcoming smartphone will be the 2016 flagship from HTC Technology, which happens to be a consumer electronics company based out of the island nation of Taiwan. With the aforementioned device slated to replace the HTC One M9 as the company’s flagship smartphone at some stage later this year, it is to be expected that the manufacturer as well as its retail partners will look to clear inventories in the coming weeks, before the launch of the next-generation device. That being the case, the Taiwanese company is offering a pretty sweet deal to those in the mood to snap up its last-generation flagship.

As part of its latest ‘Hot Deals’ offer, HTC is now offering a free Nexus 9 tablet with every One M9 purchase. While the smartphone comes with a price-tag of $649, the tablet is priced at $399. However, as part of the latest deal, those buying the One M9 will now get both the devices at just $649 instead of having to pay the combined price of $1048. One thing to remember, however is that the promotional offer is a time-limited one and is valid only till 11:59 PM PT tonight (Tuesday) or 2:59 AM ET. Each buyer is restricted to buying up to a maximum of four bundles at the discounted price.

Going into a few more details regarding the deal, HTC says that the offer is applicable on basically all versions of the handset, so whether you fancy an unlocked device that’s compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile along with presumably other GSM networks in the country, or go for carrier-specific variants that are tied to either AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon, HTC’s latest offer will have you covered. What’s important to note here is that the offer is also applicable on the developer versions of the device, which of course, is a nice touch. While both the One M9 as well as the Nexus 9 are getting a bit long in the tooth, both continue to remain fairly powerful devices in their own right, so picking them up at this price is definitely a steal any which way you look at it.

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