T-Mobile launched the HTC Amaze 4G in October, and it’s undoubtedly one of the highest-end Android smartphones available right now. It was certainly priced as the top dog in TMo’s portfolio back when it hit the streets.
Some time has passed though, and the magenta carrier seems to have realized that $259.99 is a bit much for a smartphone bought with a two-year contract requirement in this day and age, high-end as it may be. So T-Mobile has thankfully decided to cut the price of the Amaze 4G. Granted, it’s not by much – $30 – the price now being $229.99. But still, it’s a start, and it comes less than two months after the handset’s release. Which is a good sign for the future. This is also probably meant to make your purchasing decision during this holiday season even easier.
And speaking of that, the Amaze 4G is available with its price cut a further $30 – at Amazon. You’ll still need to sign that two-year service agreement with TMo, but you’re getting a pretty cool $60 shaved off of the original price. So for just $199.99 you could have a brand new HTC Amaze 4G in your hands. Think about that.
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