Last week, Sprint officially announced the HTC Evo Design 4G, the newest device to enter its Evo line of Android-powered smartphones, and the first Evo to come with ‘global roaming’. The Evo Design 4G is a midrange offering that would have been a flagship handset just last year. Sprint has started selling the Evo Design 4G yesterday.
And here we are, one day later. In case you’ve already bought an Evo Design 4G from Sprint, please stop reading now. If you wanted to get one, but for whatever reason didn’t, you should know how lucky you were.
See, Sprint charges $99.99 (and after a $50 mail-in rebate) for this smartphone, but if you get it from Amazon, it can be yours for $29.99. Yes, that’s 70% off the price in just one day. And a cool $70 left in your pocket. Sure, you have to sign a new two-year contract, but that’s true regardless of where you purchase the phone from.
It’s not clear how long this offer will last, so if you want a decently-specced midrange Android smartphone and your carrier of choice is Sprint, hop over to Amazon now and place an order for the HTC Evo Design 4G.
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