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A quick public service reminder for all you Sprint fans this morning as the HTC One Max hits store shelves this morning beginning at $149. Unfortunately, the surprise $149 price tag is for new customers only with existing Sprint subscribers forking over $249 for the chance to own HTC’s newest One device.

 

Customers on Sprint’s One Up early upgrade plan can grab the One Max for $25 per month. Interestingly enough, Sprint’s press release earlier this week indicated new line pricing for the One Max would be $249 however, the website is still showing a $149 price tag as I select a new line of service. Holiday surprise or Sprint error? If you’re a new customer on Sprint I’d jump at the opportunity to grab this reduced pricing before someone gets wise and boosts the price back up. Of course, you can always keep your eye on special pricing from the likes of Amazon who will probably offer up some crazy deal within a few days.

Sprint HTC One Max

Sprint’s press release:

 

Just in time for the holidays, Sprint will launch HTC One max this Friday, Nov. 15 for $249.99 with a new line or eligible upgrade and two-year service agreement or $25.00 per month with Sprint One Up (excluding taxes). The device will be available in all Sprint sales channels, including Sprint Stores, Sprint Business Sales, Telesales (1-800-SPRINT1) and Web Sales. A larger version of the popular and award winning, HTC One, the HTC One max has a 5.9” full HD1080p display, UltraPixel camera, large 3300mAh embedded battery and quad-core Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 600 processor featuring a 1.7GHz CPU enabling jaw-dropping performance, ultra vivid videos and booming sound. HTC One max is also equipped with the unique features users have come to love such as HTC BlinkFeed™, HTC BoomSound™ and HTC Zoe™.

 

 

 

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