HTC 10 Now Up for Pre-Order at Verizon for $100 Off

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Verizon told us to expect pre-orders for the HTC 10 to open up on April 29 and they have delivered. HTC’s latest flagship, though only in silver, can now be pre-ordered with a limited-time $100 discount.

As of this morning, Verizon has priced the HTC 10 at $22.83 per month with a 24-month device payment plan or $648 at full retail. To see the $100 discount I just referenced, you will need to sign-up for the 24 monthly payments ($547.92 will be your total). If you buy the phone out right, Verizon has no deal for you. 

Be sure to read our HTC 10 review for the full details on HTC’s best device in years. Or you could read the 5 reasons we think the HTC 10 is worth buying, check out a bunch of tips and tricks for it, and browse through all sorts of photo samples from the camera.

Verizon expects pre-orders to be delivered by May 5.

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