The HTC Evo Shift 4G for Sprint has seen its price go down yet again. This device’s original price, direct from Sprint, is $149.99 with a new two-year contract. However, a while ago Amazon dropped it all the way down to $89.99. Today, Amazon sells the HTC Evo Shift 4G for $99.99.
But that’s no longer the cheapest you can get this QWERTY-packing Android-powered smartphone that is Sprint’s version of the HTC Desire Z (sans Z hinge, though, which may be for the best). RadioShack is now offering the Evo Shift 4G for just $69.99.
Unfortunately, this offer is only valid for new Sprint customers, and not for upgrades. If you aren’t yet a Sprint customer, you’ll also get free shipping. And last but not least, you’ll have to sign a new two-year contract in order to get the phone at this price, but that’s to be expected, since it’s the typical MO in the US of A.
If you’d like to get the Evo Shift 4G from RadioShack as an upgrade, you’ll have to pay the full recommended price of $149.99, as well as an additional $9.99 for shipping.
To take advantage of the offer, head on over to RadioShack.
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