The HTC One is undoubtedly HTC's best and most innovative phone to date. Up to this point, making one your own on The Now Network meant shelling out $200 for an upgrade or $100 if you came from another carrier (thanks to Sprint's number porting incentive); if those prices are still too steep for your taste and you've been waiting for a better deal to come along, now may be the time to buy.


Amazon Wireless just dropped its price on Sprint's One to $79 for new accounts (which is just $20 less than Sprint's offering if you take advantage of the aforementioned number port-in bonus) and – the real deal here – $99 for upgrades. That's a full $100 off of The Now Network's price, and an overall good price.

The deal is available for both the silver and black versions of the device, so hit the respective link below to make one yours.

HTC One: Black, Silver

Cameron Summerson
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  • farhaan94

    I wish we get these offers available in India. Its way too costly here. I Really envy those who get this ONE for $99 it costs rs.45000/- over here in India.

  • http://www.bfolkers.com Brian Folkers

    You'll need the money you save to pay for the court fees after you go on a shooting spree from Sprints awful service.

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

      I hate Sprint and escaped it, but I think once LTE is up and running in a bunch of places in like a year, it won't be a bad network to be on. I never got dropped calls, only data was total shit.

      • Melvin

        We were saying this a year a ago about the new LTE. Who knows when it will be ready in your city.

  • stevenray

    Is there any promotional activation credit for sprint on the HCT upgrade?

  • Temple

    Today for reasons unknown (while the phone was still out of stock) Amazon raised the price for current subscribers by $50 to $149. New subscriber, or people willing to add a line, are able to continue placing orders for this out of stock phone for $79. I say, if you want the phone, you will have to spend $199 or switch carriers as that seems to be the only way a customer can get any sort of service.

  • JensAstrup

    Ugh, I'm not eligible for an upgrade until July 1 :'(