Latest HTC One Smartphone–Buy 1 Get 1 FREE at Verizon!

by Robyn Wright on March 25, 2014

in Tech

Robyn is a #VZWBuzz Lifestyle Blogger

I share with you often about the latest smartphones, apps and accessories. Today I have got another one for you. A quick disclosure reminder that I do work with Verizon on a number of campaigns but opinions are always my own. I personally use Verizon Wireless service as well! I’m a fan even if I didn’t work with them.

HTC One (M8) Available at Verizon

Today the latest HTC One (M8) smartphone is available at Verizon stores (offline and online). I have not yet tried this particular phone but HTC does make a really nice quality phone and I have had them in the past. Hubby is a big fan of the HTC One also. It is Android based.

Features of this latest version include a Duo Camera with an advanced sensor to capture more light and detailed depth from a scene. Some have described the pictures as almost 3D even. The HTC One (M8) is an all-metal unibody design. They have also worked a lot on sound with this device and it has dual front facing speakers with BoomSound in person. The display is a nice 5” Super LCD3 1080P. There is plenty of memory as well, 2GB RAM plus 32GB of internal storage and you can add a microSD card of up to 128GB!

The HTC One (M8) is exclusive to Verizon right now. You can get it for $199 with a new 2-year activation PLUS get a second one FREE! That is a great deal! You can also purchase this phone on The Edge plan and spread out the cost at just under $21 per month if you like. Check with Verizon Wireless for all the details and pick up this great new phone!

Have you used an HTC One before? What feature of this phone or the offer do you like best?


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1 Robin March 26, 2014 at 5:36 am

I have never used an HTC One before. I like the 2nd-phone-free deal, and the fact that it has plenty of memory is a good feature.

2 Eric Wilborn March 28, 2014 at 2:45 pm

Great deal on a great phone! Thanks for pointing it out!

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