If you are dreaming about to get a high-end Android phone that is 4G LTE capable with a budget a price tag, Verizon branded HTC Thunderbolt is probably for you. We know that you don’t want to spill out 199 bucks on this handset, which is Verizon’s first LTE capable phone. As always, some retailers like Amazon and Wirefly let you buy the handset for less price tag. But, Wirefly now has you covered offering the HTC Thunderbolt for Free to anyone who signs up for a new 2-year contract agreement with Verizon. Yes You can get it for just $0.01 through Internet giant retailer. Amazon also throws in free two-day shipping. That’s a neat offer, you can’t miss this opportunity. All those who’ve paid $199.99 and got the HTC Thunderbolt directly from Verizon are probably regretting now.
HTC Thunderbolt Features:
# Still running with Froyo v2.2 flavor of Android OS. Upgrading to Android 2.3 Gingerbread by October.
# 4.3-inch touchscreen display with 480 X 800 WVGA resolution.
# 1GHz Snapdragon processor.
# 768MB RAM, 7.5GB of ROM, microSD card slot to hold 32GB memory storage.
# 8MP rear facing, and front facing cameras.
# Big Red network’s lightning-fast 4G LTE support with 700MHz Download speeds of 5 to 12 Mbps and upload speeds of 2 to 5 Mbps.
# DLNA functionality, Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth, built-in GPS receiver, 1400mAh battery, Mobile Hotspot with for up to 8 Wi-Fi devices as well.
You can go here at Amazon Wireless Stores (hit the link) to get the HTC Thunderbolt for free ($0.01) right now. And yah, you still need to sign the same dreaded new two-year contract. This offer is valid for Verizon’s new customers only. Verizon’s current subscribers have pay $199.99 on contract.
[Source: Amazon Wireless]