HTC is making it easier to own an unlocked HTC One with a new $0 down financing offer.
HTC has started selling its HTC One Smartphone (32 GB version) with its own payment plan which is available on their website. They are offering the handset for $0 down plus monthly payments of as low as $25 for two years. There are no contracts involved with this phone and it is, of course, unlocked so you’ll end up paying its regular $600 price after two years. It is better to pay in installment because total unlocked models price can be tough to come up with all at once.
You can apply for HTC Finance program directly from their website. After applying HTC’s financing partner will look into your credit history and find out a best plan for you. This monthly payment rate depends on the credit worthiness of you. If you make a late payment then you will have to pay an interest rate of up to 29.99%.
This offer is only available to users in the United States and 18 or older age (19 for Alabama and Nebraska). This offer is only available on HTC website and financing is for a Fortiva line of credit issued by Mid America Bank & Trust Company. Unfortunately for Verizon and Sprint users, the HTC One that’s being sold for $0 upfront is unlocked model which supports only GSM networks that means it is only compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile.
HTC One is HTC’s high end phone with very powerful configurations. This device comes with 4.7 inch Full HD capacitive touchscreen display with Gorilla Glass 2. It is powered by 1.7 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragan 600 Quad Core Processor supported with 2 GB RAM. It has UltraPixel Primary Camera and 2.1 MP Secondary Camera with Full HD Recording. This device includes 32 GB internal storage and Expandable Storage Capacity up to 64 GB. HTC ONE is running on Android Jelly Bean OS and it is up-gradable to latest android Kitkat 4.4
Those who love to use their phone without any contract this is the best offer for them. This offer is only available on HTC website and it ends on 29 December 2013.
For more details please visit http://www.htc.com/us/campaign/zero-down/