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Last Edited by jersharocks July 27, 2016 at 09:00 AM
HTC 10 4G LTE with 32 GB is on sale for $49.99 at Best Buy with 2 year contract.
Link to Verizon:
http://www.bestbuy.com/site/htc-1...Id=5257401
Link to Sprint:
http://www.bestbuy.com/site/htc-1...Id=5221000 - out of stock
Link to $100 of Free Accessories from HTC:
http://www.htc.com/us/htc-accessories-offer/
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#3
Good ass deal. But I hate Verizon lol
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#4
Great solid phone!! Awesome deal!! I was waiting for this deal.
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#5
Have had the phone since launch. If you already think it's the phone for you, then you won't be let down at all. micro sd, quick charge, usb c, GREAT audio, fingerprint. Great build quality.

The only downside is, you don't get Uh Oh Protection unless you buy from HTC directly. Also it's hard to find a good screen protector. I have uh oh so I don't use one, but over on XDA there is a huge thread talking about which ones fit right and which don't. Because the display has an ever so slight curve around the edge into the frame, so some don't fit right.
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#6
I like how fast it charges and how it lasts for 2 days. Best phone I've ever owned. For this price it's a steal!
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#7
If only it had all the GSM bands...

I love the design and the specs, just hope they make something similar for the next nexus
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#8
Sprint back in stock. Just purchased. Thanks OP!
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Sprint back in stock. Just purchased. Thanks OP!
How does the contract phone works. I pay 49 plus tax upfront that's all? And for 2 years I pay the carrier charges? What if after 1 year I want to port out, then?
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#10
Can you add Verizon and Sprint to the title since this excluded AT&T and T-Mobile.
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What's the cancellation fee now a days for VZ? Thinking about buying and then canceling
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#12
Looks like if you dont have a contract with Verizon currently (old plan) that you cant get this deal. I am month to month since I normally just buy my phones outright and switch them out when I feel like changing for something different.

I did a chat with BB and was told this:

I do want to inform you that Verizon is only offering their 2 year contracts to their existing customers looking to upgrade their current contracts. New customers and current customers that do not have a contract can only purchase phones with monthly device payments. There isn't a 2 year contract option anymore. The only carrier that offers new 2 year contracts is Sprint.
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Cell phone contracts are never a good deal.

You pay for the phone subsidy by paying outrageously expensive monthly bills. And the total, even factoring in the subsidy, ends up more expensive than just buying the phone outright and playing $35/month for MVNO service.

There are plenty of prepaid cell carriers that provide similar service at a fraction of the price. Just look for a deal on the phone that you want and BYOD to the MVNO of your choice. For example, if you need Verizon coverage, there is Total Wireless, PagePluse, etc. If you need AT&T coverage, there is Cricket, Straight Talk, H2O wireless, etc. If you need Sprint coverage, there is RingPlus, Virgin Mobile, Boost Mobile, Ting Mobile, etc. If you need Tmobile coverage, there are also plenty of options.

Now that postpaid carriers have their peak membership, they stopped giving out subsidy while still charging outrageous monthly fees. So there is really less incentive to stick with a postpaid carrier.

If you are new to prepaid/MVNO's and think your monthly bill is ridiculously expensive, check out https://www.reddit.com/r/nocontract as a starting point for your research.
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Is this really a "deal"? Newly minted shill accounts are liking it, so must be great Big Grin
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Quote from anonymousnobody View Post :
Cell phone contracts are never a good deal.

You pay for the phone subsidy by paying outrageously expensive monthly bills. And the total, even factoring in the subsidy, ends up more expensive than just buying the phone outright and playing $35/month for MVNO service.

There are plenty of prepaid cell carriers that provide similar service at a fraction of the price. Just look for a deal on the phone that you want and BYOD to the MVNO of your choice. For example, if you need Verizon coverage, there is Total Wireless, PagePluse, etc. If you need AT&T coverage, there is Cricket, Straight Talk, H2O wireless, etc. If you need Sprint coverage, there is RingPlus, Virgin Mobile, Boost Mobile, Ting Mobile, etc. If you need Tmobile coverage, there are also plenty of options.

Now that postpaid carriers have their peak membership, they stopped giving out subsidy while still charging outrageous monthly fees. So there is really less incentive to stick with a postpaid carrier.

If you are new to prepaid/MVNO's and think your monthly bill is ridiculously expensive, check out https://www.reddit.com/r/nocontract as a starting point for your research.
Exactly.. I dont know why many folks still use postpaid..

1) Buy an expensive phone (if needed) for $600-700 and take 30-40$ plan from any MVNO (assuming data need is about 1-3 GB). Annual cost for service will be $1100.

OR

2) Port from t-mobile to cricket and get $100 credit with above.
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