It hasn’t been long since HTC unveiled its new flagship smartphone for 2016. Most major carriers in the United States were quick to confirm that they will be selling this handset. Sprint took its time to come out with the details regarding availability of the HTC 10 on its network but now the company has confirmed those crucial details.

Sprint has confirmed that it’s going to launch HTC 10 on May 13th, the handset will join the list of smartphones that are compatible with the carrier’s LTE Plus Network.

Interested customers will be able to purchase it for $0 down and $26 per month for 24 months on the installment plan. It can be ordered at the carrier’s website or through any Sprint retail store across the country.

The carrier’s LTE Plus network is now available in more than 190 markets across the United States. It uses Sprint’s tri-band spectrum portfolio and carrier aggregation technology to promise faster data speeds to customers.

To encourage people to switch over, Sprint is promising to cover up to $650 in switching fees for customers who jump from the likes of Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile. It’s even offering a 30-day satisfaction guarantee, if customers aren’t satisfied within 30 days the carrier will take back the phone and refund all charges.

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