HTC Desire 610 Coming to AT&T
AT&T tonight announced that it will offer HTC's Desire 610 on July 25 for $200 without a contract. The 610 is an affordable Android phone with a 4.7-inch display, 1.2 GHz Snapdragon 400 processor, 8-megapixel main camera, front camera, 4G LTE, and a memory card slot. It sports a clean design inspired by the HTC One, but in high-quality plastic. Like the One, it features BoomSound dual front speakers and Zoe video functions. AT&T also offers Next pricing for the Desire 610, which runs as low as $8.34/month. At full price, it's available for both post-paid and GoPhone pre-paid service plans.
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Let me allow you a simplification of NEXT, how it works and the price
You CAN technically upgrade pretty much whenever you want - you simply need to pay off the balance of the phone - so 12 and 18 are moot points.
You CAN also just pay off the remainder of the balance and KEEP the phone if you did 12 or 18.
To technically pay the phone off, it takes either 20 months or 24 months - following the 12 and 18 month NEXT examples.
There you have it - they lowered the price of the plans and you NOW know what you're paying for the phone - once you're done, you're done - no more hidden back-end c...
"On July 25, you can order the 4G LTE capable HTC Desire 610 online or in AT&T stores for $199.99 at no annual commitment pricing. The device is available as well with AT&T Ne...