The folks over at HTC have not been doing too well in recent times, never mind that their HTC One has proven itself to be quite the performing smartphone in terms of hardware and usability. This is rather surprising actually, especially when you consider how HTC used to be in a position of strength just a few years ago, only to see its market share decline by a sizeable amount (and subsequently, affect its earnings with each passing quarter, too). It does seem to be quite an uphill battle for the company now, and it seems that HTC will be making their flagship HTC One available for no money down, although you will be tethered to an installment plan.
Having revealed a new page that trumpets this particular offer, it works pretty much in the same manner as picking up the handset from a carrier for free. You will need to submit yourself to a credit check beforehand though, and assuming everything turns out to be fine and dandy, you can easily pocket HTC’s flagship smartphone from as low as $25 each month. Those who are eligible will be able to choose from a 32GB HTC One with no-interest monthly payments of $25, where it will run the course of two years. Bear in mind that this offer applies only to those living in the US, and for the GSM version of the HTC One – automatically disqualifying Sprint and Verizon customers.
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