AT&T HTC One X now just $129.99 at Amazon, for new customers as well as upgrades

AT&T’s HTC One X has gotten even cheaper. The carrier itself is still asking for $199.99 for the handset (with a new two-year contract, of course), but Amazon has offered it for less ever since launch day.

And if somehow you reached the conclusion that $50 off didn’t represent big enough savings, Amazon will now sell you a One X for just $129.99. So $70 cheaper than AT&T. And the good news is that this offer is valid for both new customers as well as those who are already with AT&T and wish to upgrade their hardware. You will still need to commit to spending two (more) years with the carrier, but that’s to be expected in the US of A.

If you’re interested in picking up an HTC One X for AT&T, head on over to Amazon right now.

Author: Vlad Bobleanta

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  • Anonymous

    Why do they keep lowering the prices of Android smartphones so much? Is that that they’re overpriced to begin with or is that they can’t seem to be able to sell them at those higher prices? It just seems as though carriers are barely making any money from Android smartphones except for monthly charges.