Amazon is no stranger to offering solid deals on brand-spankin-new handsets (and with Wirefly out of the way, it essentially has little-to-no competition these days), and it's now offering a great deal for potential Sprint customers who are considering the HTC One M8.


For the time being, Sprintsters can grab the handset for $150 on-contract – a good price in itself – but those who open a new line of service will also get a $50 Amazon gift card. If you shop Amazon as much as I do, that's basically just free money. I don't know about you, but I pretty much like free money.

Anyway, it's hard to say how long this deal will go on, so if the M8 on Sprint is your next phone, you should probably just grab it through Amazon. Oh, it's Prime eligible, too, so you won't pay a penny for shipping and it'll be by your side in two days.


Cameron Summerson
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  • Akshay

    All I want is the silver version

    • http://www.vrdwellersblog.com/ Miles Reiter

      If the rumors are right it'll be out on Sprint by the 11th.

  • NAME

    two words NO CONTRACT

  • NAME

    two words NO CONTRACT

    • Mark Washington

      What's with the world and no commitment? Even if you buy the phone outright you still pay the same amount over a two year period ... If yoibswitch carriers you might pay more because you have to buy a new phone sell the old which still doesn't balance out the cost IMO

  • Jeremy Wielopolski

    Sprint says I'm eligible for phone upgrade, my contract isn't up until August, and Amazon claims my "current plan" is some $200/mo plan, not what my phone/line is on the family plan I'm actually on. Does anyone else have a similar problem with Amazon?

    • Jeremy Wielopolski

      Nevermind... I got on the phone with Amazon Wireless, they said the plan is the same, but the 200 bucks is "an estimate of what Sprint will charge." I suggested they include the word "estimate" somewhere on the site to avoid further confusion. :+/