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Buy One HTC One (M8) Get Another One Free At Verizon

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Wow Verizon. Not only is the new HTC One (M8) exclusively in Verizon stores until April 9th, but they’re already offering a great deal on the device. If you buy an HTC One (M8) on a two year contract and someone else signs a contract, then they get their phone for free.

If you’re on the family share plan and have two people who are eligible for upgrades then you should definitely take advantage of this deal. It actually started yesterday when the phone became available. There’s no specific expiration date, but this is a limited time offer. Does this offer compel you to buy this phone?

Source: Verizon via Droid Life

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  1. Lots of people like the whole DIY (do-it-yourself) but not everyone will. Giving an option for something like this is better than just telling your customers “oops it broke, here buy a new one”.

  2. Ah ok. So, you’re basically saving $200 in the end. That’s not bad, I guess, although, I guess that depends if you’re on their 6-12 month upgrade plan, which costs a bit more.

  3. Does repairability matter? I mean, out of how many HTC One’s sold are going to break? Out of how many that break, how many people are actually going to take it upon themselves to repair it instead of taking advantage of their warranty, protection they pay for every month, or getting a replacement from customer service?

  4. But….in long term, saving would be more with T-Mo because service plan there is more economical…. >>>>>>>>>> telecomvibe(dot)com

  5. looks like the savings is about $100 per phone. essentially paying $99 each upfront for 2 phones with 2yr contracts, regular price would be $199 each upfront.

  6. Isn’t this the same phone that got a 1 out of 10 for repairability? No wonder Verizon is offering a buy one, get one free deal! No thanks, Verizon. I’ll keep my Samsung.

  7. There is a twist to this, isn’t there? The second HTC One isn’t entirely free–you still have that 2yr contract, right? The only thing that is waived is the down payment, no? Verizon, always being tricksy…

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