Deal: HTC phones are discounted in the US, U Ultra is $150 off

HTC has begun a sale consisting of many smartphones. The following deals are active only in the U.S. for right now, and will remain open through the end of the week.

HTC is dropping the prices of some smartphones for this week only. One of the best deals is on HTC’s high-end U Ultra smartphone. The phone was first introduced near CES 2017 back in January, and the company has already begun promoting a discounted price for it. Retail, the U Ultra goes for a whopping $749. But if you purchase the phone while the sale lasts, you’ll pay $150 less at $599. This is still a large chunk of money, but may be worth considering if you’re an HTC die-hard looking for the latest and greatest from the company.

The company’s 2016 flagship smartphone, the HTC 10, is also part of the sale period. The phone is $200 off its full retail cost, meaning that you’ll pay $499 instead of $699 while the deal lasts. HTC’s other handsets such as the HTC Bolt and HTC One A9 will also enjoy benefits, and are on sale for $449 and $199 respectively.

All the phones ship fast, free of charge. All will come with a warranty and some can add ‘Uh Oh’ protection at an added cost. For carrier availability, make sure you read our coverage or confirm on the product pages accessible at the links below.

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HTC Store [U Ultra] [HTC 10] [HTC Bolt] [One A9]

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