Last week we told you about a deal over at HTC's official online store for the US that took $150 off the price of the recently launched U Ultra phablet. At the time, it was only meant for those who are part of the Team HTC promotional membership program. It's not hard to sign up for that, but starting today you don't need to. That's because the deal is now available to everyone, without any promo codes involved. Just go to the store, choose the color for the U Ultra, and pay only $599 for it.
There are deals on other HTC devices too, and all of these are valid through Sunday, April 23. The HTC 10 can be yours for $499 ($200 less than before), the Bolt is now priced at $450 (down from $600), and the One M9 from 2015 can be purchased for $499 (down from $649).
All of the above are unlocked. If you don't mind buying the Sprint version of the HTC One A9, then you can have one for just $199, which means you're saving $300 compared to its launch pricing. While these deals are nice, it's up to you if some of the aforementioned phones are even worth this much at the moment. The U Ultra is new, sure, but the One M9 is two years old now, for example. The HTC 10 does better in the age respect, but its successor's launch is imminent.
My U11 developed a screen crack after 3 days of use, I sent it for repair, it's been three months and I still don't have it back.
HTC one M9 and the HTC 10 are selling at the same price! Who did these pricing?
Is HTC nearly toast? About the pricing, reading between the lines, their devices simply aren't selling. They are getting clobbered by the competition.