The HTC 10 is here and it looks every bit as enticing as we had hoped it would be. If you’re prepping to throw down some hard earned cash on HTC’s latest, you’re going to need to decide where you’re going to pick it up from. We’ve pulled together all the latest from carriers, retailers and HTC itself to keep you up to date with the best offers around. We’ll regularly update this page as more pre-order pages go live.
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HTC’s official site has a HTC 10 pre-order page with options to buy the 32 GB HTC 10 unlocked for $699 or on T-Mobile or AT&T. The unlocked version is compatible with AT&T, T-Mobile, Metro PCS, Alaska Communications, Cricket, Walmart Family Mobile, Straight Talk and Net 10.
HTC 10 pre-orders will start shipping in early May. HTC is offering 12 month/0% interest financing via PayPal Credit and you’ll get Uh Oh Protection if you buy the HTC 10 direct from HTC. The HTC 10 is currently only available in two colors – Carbon Grey and Glacier Silver, although two other color options have been announced: Topaz Gold and Carmellia Red.
The Verizon HTC 10 is not yet available for pre-order, but you can sign up to be notified just as soon as the HTC 10 is available on Big Red. There’s currently no pricing for plans, but you can bet the usual Verizon rates will apply. With any luck Verizon will manage to become the second carrier (behind Japan’s KDDI) to get the sexy Carmellia Red version.
While AT&T is not officially selling the HTC 10, the unlocked HTC 10 available from HTC’s main site
fully supports the AT&T network and you can also specifically select AT&T as your carrier on the site.
The official T-Mobile HTC 10 pre-order page is not yet live but T-Mobile Des’ HTC 10 unboxing video on Twitter
tells us that the HTC 10 will be available to “customers online and in stores nationwide this May”. In the meantime, you can also use the unlocked HTC 10 from HTC’s site on the T-Mobile network and, as with AT&T, specifically select a T-Mobile HTC 10 when pre-ordering.
Sprint has posted details
explaining it will be carrying the HTC 10 on its LTE Plus network, but has not yet given a timeline for its availability. Sprint isn’t giving away any pricing details yet, but assures customers it will continue to offer customers the opportunity to save 50 percent off most AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon standard rate plans when they switch to Sprint. Sprint will also cover switching fees up to $650.
Other U.S. carriers and retailers
There’s still no news from other carriers like U.S. Cellular and Cricket or from retailers like Best Buy, Walmart, Staples or Target. As soon as we start seeing these details filter in, we’ll update this article.
U.K. and European carriers
There’s currently no carrier pricing for the HTC 10 in the United Kingdom either, but you can pre-order the HTC 10 on HTC’s UK site
for £569. In mainland Europe, outright prices for the HTC 10 fluctuate quite a bit: €700 in Germany, €750 in France, and €800 in Italy and Spain. The U.K. and Europe will also get the Topaz Gold color option.
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