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HTC 10 now $548 at Verizon

The HTC 10 has been on sale for since the start of May, and it is now being realized at carrier retail stores in the US and worldwide. With the exception of AT&T, the Taiwanese smartphone maker has partnered with carriers to ensure that customers get the best experience possible. Today’s fortunate HTC 10 discussion concerns Verizon, the nation’s largest and most reliable telecommunications carrier.

The HTC 10’s retail price of $699 for unlocked and AT&T customers is a bit cringing, but Verizon, the first US carrier to sell the device, has found a way to keep prices at a minimum and keep its customers happy. The carrier has now taken this endeavor to the HTC 10, providing it now for just $548 with an installment payment plan of just $22.83 a month. Those who choose to pay for the device in full can expect to pay just $648. Installment customers will save $150 from the original price ($699), while unlocked, outright customers will save just $50. In other words, Verizon wants you to purchase the device via an installment plan, as the carrier has removed traditional 2-year contracts some time ago.

Keep in mind that you can go under an installment plan now and pay off the device in full after just 30 days, so Verizon isn’t forcing you to stay on an installment plan. What sweetens the pot, though, is that qualified customers can expect to pay $0 down (of course, you’ll be forced to foot the taxes when you purchase the device) — which only adds to the tempting nature of Verizon’s HTC 10 deal. This is an even better deal than HTC’s own $100 off promo for the device via its website, and it’s a guaranteed discount for any customer (whether or not they’ve ever used their Uh-Oh Protection Plans for past devices).

As a refresher, the HTC 10 features a 5.2-inch, Quad HD display with a 2,560 x 1,440p screen resolution, a quad-core, Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a 5MP front camera and 12MP back camera, both cameras featuring optical image stabilization (an industry first for smartphones), and IP53 splash resistance so that it can take some mild water spraying without skipping a beat.

If you’re all in, head on over to the Verizon source link below to get your reduced price on the HTC 10. Then come back here and tell us so.

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