HTC 10 Now Available at Verizon, Payments Start at $14/Month

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Starting right now, anyone can walk into a Verizon store or head online and purchase the HTC 10. No more pre-orders. Announced on April 12, with pre-orders kicked off on the same day via the HTC online store, folks who pre-ordered through Verizon had to wait until April 29, and shipments followed earlier this week.

As listed on Verizon’s website, the HTC 10 will cost you an estimated $220 down on a two-year agreement, plus about $14/month for 24 months of device payments. If you have excellent credit, which a small part of the US population has, you can get the phone for $0 down and 24 monthly payments of $23.

Right now, Verizon and HTC are offering $100 off of the phone, bringing its full retail price to $548. Once this promotion ends on May 9, it goes up to $648. Note, if you purchase the phone on HTC’s website, the price is listed at $699.

If you have not already, check out our HTC 10 review here.

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