Sprint Now Selling HTC 10 & Starting From $21 Per Month

If you are in the market for a new phone, then you do currently have quite the choice available and especially at the flagship level. This year has already seen big-hitting devices like the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge coming through from Samsung and the LG G5 from LG. Not forgetting of course, the newest flagship smartphone that has now become available from HTC, the HTC 10.

This is the latest in the One M range of devices, although it no longer sports the 'One M' moniker and along with its name-change, the HTC 10 comes loaded with a number of common flagship specs like 4GB RAM, 32GB storage and the 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 Quad-core processor. That is along with a 5.2-inch QHD display, a 12-megapixel rear camera and a 5-megapixel front facing camera. While this is a smartphone that has been available to order unlocked and from select carriers already, Sprint did confirm that come May 13 interested parties could purchase the handset directly from their website and in store.

Needless to say, as it is now May 13 that option is now live and ready for those who do want the latest handset from HTC on Sprint’s network. If you opt for the handset outright then you are currently looking at $624 for the HTC 10. However, if you opt for the twenty four month contract option, then you will be looking at an upfront price of $199.99 (with mail-in rebate), while the third option is to buy the handset in 24 monthly installments. Interestingly, this option is currently listed as available with $0 down and at $21 per month. Which in total does work out to be a little over $100 cheaper then buying the smartphone outright. So for those looking to stay at Sprint for the next two years, this might be an option to go for. The details do state that this is a 'web exclusive' price so you are unlikely to get the same $120 discount if you try your luck at a Sprint store. Either way and whichever method you plan on using, if you are interesting in the HTC 10 on Sprint, then you can find out more and place your order by heading through the source link below.

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