The HTC Sensation 4G has become available today at Bell in Canada, just as expected. The Sensation 4G, as you may know, is one of the two devices that aren’t 3D-enabled to be the absolute cream of the crop right now in the Android world (the other one being the Samsung Galaxy S II). And now it’s finally available in Canada.
As usual, Bell will sell you the device on a variety of contract terms, yet you get by far the best deal if you choose to sign a new three-year contract. In that case, you’ll pay $149.95 upfront for the phone. That’s still a bit more than people were hoping this would cost, but that’s the way it is for now. If you want to commit for just two years, the Sensation will cost $499.95. With a one-year agreement, that will be $524.99.
Of course you can also get the Sensation 4G without any contract, if you so wish. In that case though, you’ll have to shell out no less than $549.95. Again perhaps a bit more than people were expecting. The pricing information comes via MobileSyrup, since Bell’s site currently shows $549.95 over here no matter what term I choose. That’s bound to get fixed soon, though.
So if you want to get yourself a brand new HTC Sensation 4G from Bell in Canada, just go here.
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