If you’re in the market for HTC’s new flagship smartphone you might want to look at the price that Sprint is offering it for. The handset is already available from other carriers in the United States so you don’t necessarily have to go with Sprint, but nevertheless, it’s an alternative for those who might be looking to switch carriers. Sprint has started selling the HTC 10 for $21 per month.


Sprint is offering customers several options to pay for the HTC 10. Those who don’t mind opting for a two year contract can get the handset by putting $199.99 down. Those who don’t like contracts can get the device on Sprint’s installment plan for $0 down and $21 over 24 months.

Customers need to have a qualifying credit score in order to be eligible for this price. At $21 over 24 months, the device price comes out to $504, which is considerably less than the $624 upfront price that Sprint is selling the HTC 10 for. So there are savings of $120 to be hand by purchasing it on Sprint’s installment plan.

HTC 10 is a bonafide flagship smartphone with a metal build, powerful specifications and the latest version of Android OS. Customers looking to purchase one from Sprint should keep in mind that the carrier is only selling it  in Glacier Silver color. HTC 10 is compatible with Sprint’s tri-band LTE Plus service.

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