HTC has been trying very hard to sell smartphones in this very competitive market but the company’s fortunes have yet to turn. The company has repeatedly discounted the HTC 10 flagship this year to try and sell more units and it’s doing that once again to capture the attention of holiday shoppers. The HTC 10 price has been cut once again by $200 for a limited time.

The most recent deal that the company offered on this flagship smartphone ended on December 20th. It offered the HTC 10 handset for $499 in the United States and included a pair of Jabra Move Wireless Headphones which are a $60 value.

If you were unable to take advantage of that deal, HTC is giving you another chance to pick up its 2016 flagship for the same price. The only caveat here is that this time the company is not offering a pair of free Jabra Move Wireless Headphones. Still, it’s a $200 discount on a handset that can hold its own against the rest of them.

HTC is running this latest promotion on the HTC 10 until December 27th so you best not waste any time if you really want to purchase this handset. The $200 discount is valid on the off-contract and locked as well as Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint variants of the HTC 10. Head over to HTC’s website to purchase the HTC 10.

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  • OIS
3000 mAh
  • Non-Removable
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