HTC’s latest attempt to recover its market share is a high-end device with all-unibody metal designed HTC One A9. Announced in September 2015, HTC One A9 with latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS has been released to the market this week. Sprint has already started selling the device starting today with its different pricing plans.
Sprint has revealed plans that includes 24-month lease, 24-month contract, 24-month easy pay and full price purchase. Under 24-month lease, you will get the device for $20 per month plus additionally with 1GB of data for $20, $30 per month for 2GB data, $50 for 4GB, $70 for 8GB, $100 for 10GB, $120 for 40GB, $225 for 60GB and $70 per month unlimited plan.
The same data plan applies to HTC One A9’s 24-month easy pay plan and contract. However, if you pay $199 and own the phone, you will have to pay a bit higher monthly data bills. If you want to get away from the monthly lease, contract options, you should own the HTC One A9 Unlocked version without a contract for $699.
As an introductory offer, Sprint has announced waive off 2 months lease price of $20 each if customers opt for $20 per month lease plan.
— Sprint (@sprint) November 6, 2015
Earlier this week, HTC has also revealed its first full length video ad for HTC One A9 smartphones, which shows a guy running away from boring life by kicking apples (you get it!) and break the shackles towards freedom. Watch the ad campaign video below: