T-Mobile will offer goodies with the purchase of an HTC 10

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T-Mobile is convincing consumers to buy the new HTC 10 on its wireless service. For a limited time, T-Mobile will give freebies away to those who purchase the device and sign up.

HTC is relying on its new flagship smartphone to bring in some much-needed profit. T-Mobile is hoping to boost sales with a new offering that will run between May 18 and May 24. The HTC 10 will cost $680 off-contract, which also totals to the amount you would pay in monthly installment payments.

If you’re on the fence about purchasing the HTC 10 on T-Mobile, there will be no better time than during this sale week. T-Mobile has agreed to throw in some freebies including a HTC Ice View case and a HTC Rapid Charger for the HTC 10. The HTC Ice View case is a newer version of the Dot View case that was available for the One M9, except only cooler of course. The Rapid Charger supports Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0 for fast charging. In fact, the HTC 10 already comes with the charger in the box, meaning you’ll get a spare to use in whichever way you want.

T-Mobile says that both the case and charger add up to $85 retail, which they’re giving away for free. Not a bad deal if you ask me. Just remember, the offer isn’t valid until May 18th. Purchase the handset here when it starts.

Source: T-Mobile


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