HTC 10 Now On United Kingdom Shelves
HTC has not been setting its phone products in line with the global market in the past, but now it is understandable that numbers of carriers are not willing to place their chips on the company’s new flagship device.
The Vodafone and O2 both confirmed that the company has no plan to range its device, while EE and other three phone makers won’t walk out the door without any upfront payment. Device contract resellers seem becoming more lenient these days, however Carphone has attractive Vodafone deal for power user at £42 per month contract deal with zero upfront payment that includes unlimited calls and text with 6 gigabytes data cap and a £50 cash back.
So it is fair to say that the MVNOs were not interested in HTC 10 not on the launch day but you can still pick one up on the Carphone Warehouse’s network (with £50 cash back plan offer), but there’s a little reason to do things like that when other resellers has better offers compared to other networks.
So if you are still looking to buy and HTC 10, you may want to try the pay as you go deal then retailers ask to rustle up at £570. Clove has its deal at £530, but don’t expect that the offer will last long as no more stocks available. Buymobiles was far behind with £536 offer, but product page is sporting pre-order.
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