The HTC ThunderBolt 4G was Verizon’s first 4G LTE smartphone. Since its release, we’ve seen it discounted by Amazon a number of times. Prices ranged from $179.99 to $129.99 and even $99.99. However, Amazon now offers the ThunderBolt 4G for the best price of all: free.
Well, almost. You will have to pay one penny (so yeah, $0.01) for the device. But that’s (literally) a small price to pay if you’d like to take advantage of great data speeds on your phone.
As you may have expected, you do have to agree to sign a new two-year contract with Verizon in order to get the phone at that price. Be that as it may, you now have the possibility of getting a high-end 4G Android smartphone for roughly the price of an upcoming midranger such as the LG Enlighten.
Yes, the ThunderBolt isn’t the newest (or most powerful) hardware around anymore, but it’s still got plenty of oomph. If you’re interested in picking one up, just go to Amazon now and place your order.
As a side note, Verizon’s other two LTE smartphones are also being offered for a penny. Just follow the links below to take a look:
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