HTC One X+ Deals – Price Tag Gets Slashed By More Than 50%

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HTC One X+ Receives a Killer Discount

During the last couple of weeks we talked about plenty of deals, from the almost free Motorola Droid RAZR HD and neat LG Optimus price cut to a really incredible discount for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. But in case you missed those deals or simply prefer HTC devices, you’re in luck, as we have another killer price cut, and this time around is for one of HTC’s best devices ever, the One X+.

Are you excited to find out how to get your hands on a cheap HTC One X+? Great! Take a look at the details below and you’ll find everything you need to know.

HTC One X+ Deals - Price Tag Gets Slashed By More Than 50%

HTC One X+ Deals – Price Tag Gets Slashed By More Than 50%

HTC One X+ Deal at Amazon

HTC smartphones have been missing from the deals we recently told you about, but this is about to change as Amazon Wireless decided to slash the price of the One X+. Thus if you want to switch carriers and you fancy AT&T then after agreeing to a two-year contract with the carrier you’ll be able to purchase this device for just $79.99, which is less than half of that AT&T is currently asking for the phone.

In case you’re already with the aforementioned carrier and you’d like to upgrade your line or add a new one to your account, then the HTC One X+ will set you back $139.99, a price not too steep at all since the carrier is asking $199.99 for it.

The deal is available for the carbon black version of the HTC One X+ and you should expect your order to ship in about 24 hours, but don’t wait too long before you make the purchase if you fancy the device, as deals as awesome as this one usually don’t last for too long.

Not sure if you like what’s under the hood of the One X+? Well, it has some pretty neat specs, but to see exactly what the smartphone has to offer, take a look at our HTC One X+ overview. And in case you want to consider other options, stay tuned and we’ll keep you in the loop with the latest price cuts.