Among all the recently unveiled smartphones that are 4G-branded, AT&T’s HTC Inspire 4G has always been one of the most affordable. Even direct from AT&T, the price for this repackaged HTC Desire HD is just $99.99 with a new two-year contract.
That’s still a very good price, especially considering that similarly-specced handsets are usually (literally) twice as expensive. But Amazon has stepped in and has an even sweeter deal for those wanting to purchase an Inspire 4G.
If you buy the smartphone from Amazon, you’ll have to shell out just $59.99 if you’re a new customer, and $69.99 if you’re already an AT&T customer. Both prices also get you free two-day shipping and obviously require that you sign a new two-year service agreement.
So if you want a high-end Android smartphone, don’t necessarily care about it having a dual-core processor, and are OK with it being on AT&T, here’s your chance to get the HTC Inspire 4G for the price of a featurephone! Just head on over to Amazon to place your order.
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