Carriers are leaving HTC without support worldwide

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The HTC 10 was officially announced earlier today, and so far at least, the reception has been quite positive. While it’s a little early to say that HTC has the ball out of the park with its latest flagship, it’s definitely off to a good start. Unfortunately, it seems like the carriers in both the UK and the U.S. aren’t quite on the same page, with two major carriers confirming that they won’t offer the HTC 10 (specifications here) and others seemingly non-committal. Read more

Where to get the HTC 10 in the UK

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The HTC 10 is official, with a 5.2-inch QHD Super LCD 5 display, Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM, a 12MP UltraPixel rear camera, and yet another well-designed aluminum body. We’ve told you where you can get the HTC 10 in the States, but where can you pre-order the device in the UK? So far, details are a little scarce, but it is possible to snag HTC’s latest flagship for as little as £512 (SIM-free). Read more

Where to get the HTC 10 in the U.S.

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Finally, the HTC 10 is official and approaching a release around the world. The phone set on putting the company back on track is actually already up for pre-order and should ship early next month. Depending where exactly you are and the carrier/retailer you get it from, the HTC 10 will be offered in three colors — Carbon Grey, Glacial Silver, and Topaz Gold.

Let’s see where you can get the HTC 10 in the United States.

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Vodafone UK’s 30-Day Network Guarantee allows you to cancel the contract with no strings attached

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With the acquisition of EE by telecoms company, BT, being given the go-ahead by regulators, and Three UK in the process of acquiring O2, Vodafone UK needs to offer something unique to stay relevant. To that end, Vodafone UK has announced that it will offer a 30-day Network Guarantee to new and upgrading customers whereby they can choose to stay or leave after 30 days, with no strings attached.  Read more