HTC Offers Limited Time Discount On The One A9 For $299

HTC is no stranger to slashing prices on their current phones, and right now you can pick up the HTC One A9 for just $299 over at HTC's official online shop, although it is worth noting that this is a limited time discount so those who are actually considering picking up this phone will want to do so as soon as they possibly can so they don't miss out. Alongside discounting the phone on their own website, it would appear that you can grab the HTC One A9 over on Amazon for about the same cost, although it's worth noting that various colors will come from different sellers and some of them appear to be the international version of the phone.

If you're buying from HTC, you can pick up the unlocked model of the phone for this price, although HTC also gives you options to pick your carrier which includes AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint. HTC is also offering four of the available color options for the One A9, which includes the device in Topaz Gold, Carbon Gray, Deep Garnet, or Opal Silver.The HTC One A9 was initially announced last Fall and was available shortly after, but the price has never been this low and when it launched it originally did so at a much higher price.

In regards to the currently available cost, as $299 is only a limited time discount, the phone will jump back up to the price of $499.99 before long, and according to the details the HTC is only offering the One A9 at the $299 discount price until September 18th, however, that particular date is not listed anywhere on HTC's website, so while the discount is limited, there doesn't seem to be a confirmation from HTC as to when the discount will disappear. This almost adds more urgency to the purchase if you're interested in this device, as the discount could be gone before the end of the week or it could actually last until September 18th. Without knowing, the sale will be easier to miss, which is something that consumers will want to keep in mind if they have considered buying the One A9.

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