posted 48 years ago by
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For new Sprint customers only, with 2 year agreement.

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It is a good price, but it is for new service OR adding a new line to an existing service.
Price for upgrading is still $99.

...and I'm still beyond tempted on the upgrade. My poor HTC Inspire with the shattered screen is limping along.

Hope HTC does good. I'm tired of Galaxy but after trying HTC One for a month, they still need extra 2% to get over Sammy

Plus, through the end of July, HTC is giving all HTC one buyers a $25 Google Play Store credit.

So it's a pretty good deal for a HTC One.

I had a EVO 4G (at the time, loved) and EVO 3D (at the time, did not love) and swore I'd never buy another HTC android device again. Couldn't resist a $75 AT&T One through my work and let me tell you, this is really a great Android device.

At $49 + $25 Play Store credit, I'd be all over this if I were interested in Sprint and wanted an Android device.

I purchased my HTC One at launch and was still able to get the $25 Google Play credit after their "validation" was completed.

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