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HTC 10 price plans at Carphone Warehouse and Three UK

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There is always plenty of anticipation for new HTC flagships and the company recently revealed the HTC 10. The smartphone is already available to order unlocked directly from HTC in the UK. Now we have details of HTC 10 price plans at Carphone Warehouse and Three UK, and pre-orders are available at both of these retailers now.

If you want to buy the HTC 10 outright you can get if from HTC at a price of £569.99 in Topaz Gold, Carbon Grey, and Glacier Silver colour choices. However if you don’t want to lay out all of the money straight up you can get it on plans from both Carphone Warehouse and Three.

At Carphone Warehouse the phone is on sale in all three of the above colour options and delivery is expected by May 6th. There are multiple different tariffs available on operators such as Vodafone, O2, EE, and iD. If you don’t want to pay anything at all upfront, the cheapest contract option is on Vodafone where you’ll pay £40 monthly for 24 months. With that plan you’ll get unlimited texts and minutes and up to 2GB of 4G data per month.

Alternatively, you can pay £50 up front followed by cheaper monthly payments of £34 for the same amount of minutes, texts, and data. Many more plans are available, for example buying through Carphone Warehouse can get you an EE plan with an upfront payment of £99.99 followed by 24 monthly payments of £37.49. With this you’ll get unlimited texts and minutes and a sizeable 5GB of 4G data each month. To check out all of the other HTC 10 price plans available please head to this Carphone Warehouse page.

Anther choice is with Three, which has just become the first UK operator partner for the HTC 10. Three is also taking pre-orders with an expected delivery date of May 6th but at this point is only offering the phone in the silver colour. Again there are several HTC 10 price plans on offer, and this time all require an upfront payment of £49 followed by monthly payments over 24 months.

For example one plan is at £38 monthly and for that you’ll get all-you-can-eat minutes and texts and 1GB of data. At the opposite end of the scale you can pay £57 monthly for all-you-can-eat minutes, texts and data. Bear in mind that with the above Three plans you’ll pay £5 more each month if you don’t pay with a recurring payment method. You can see more available HTC price plans at this Three UK page.

If you haven’t yet decided whether to buy the HTC 10 you can find out more about it in our launch article on the device, or check out an initial comparison of the Samsung Galaxy S7 vs HTC 10. Will you pre-order the HTC 10 through Carphone Warehouse or Three UK?