Deal: Free Jabra Headset with HTC 10 for Father's Day 2016

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Father's Day is less than a week away, and the US branch of HTC definitely hasn't forgotten about it. The company announced that it's giving away free Jabra headsets to all buyers of its latest flagship, the recently launched HTC 10. Which Jabra headsets, you wonder? All of them. Not for a single purchase, naturally, but people who decide to get HTC 10 can at least decide which Jabra headset they fancy the most. If none of them pique their interest, they can also opt for a pair of HTC Pro Studio headphones. Naturally, this offer is only valid until HTC's supplies of Jabra headsets and Pro Studio headphones last and it cannot be combined with any other offers or promotions the company is currently running, nor can it be redeemed for cash.

Other than that, HTC is also currently offering discounts on the UA HealthBox and UA Band fitness gadgets which it designed and manufactured in partnership with the American sports clothing and accessories company Under Armour. So, instead of paying $400 and $180, you can currently purchase the UA HealthBox and UA Band for $350 and $160, respectively. All three offers are available from today until Father's Day, June 19th, so you have by the end of the week to decide whether a nice new headset or a pair of headphones is incentive enough to get the HTC 10 and whether the aforementioned discounts of fitness gadgets are good enough to take advantage of.

So, how about it? The HTC 10 definitely isn't cheap in any sense of that word, but its $700 price tag certainly seems more acceptable when you account for a free pair of headphones which can cost up to another hundred bucks. The discounts on UA HealthBox and UA Band aren't that significant, but still seem alright considering how both the fitness system and tracker HTC developed with Under Armour are relatively new products which aren't expected to be offered on any large sales anytime soon.

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Unfortunately, if you aren't located in the US, you're out of luck this time as other branches of HTC don't seem keen on celebrating Father's Day with some discounts and free items.

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