HTC U11 Pre-order Booking Started in the US, UK and Canada
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HTC U11 Pre-order Booking Started in the US, UK and Canada

HTC took the wraps off its shiny U11 earlier today, in their home country. After the launch, we’ve got to take a look on its official design outlook, specs and features. With the Edge Sense feature, the company had given out a very big surprise for all the HTC lovers. But still, there are a few more surprises.


If you are in US, UK and Canada; and in so much eager to buy this phone, then you are in the right place now. Yes, if you are looking to pre-order one now, then here we have listed a few best offers given for the HTC U11.


People in the US are really lucky, because a huge discount is offered for the latest U11, which you could have come to know, if you had managed to check the HTC’s US based website. If you haven’t, don’t worry, here you go. Here, entering the code ‘LOVEU11’, will reduce the price of the smartphone from $649 to $599, at a snap.

In the region, the carrier variant of this phone is made available in different three versions, based on the carrier it supports, i.e. T-Mobile and AT&T; Sprint; and Verizon. But however, the Sprint is the only carrier, selling the HTC U11 directly.

Sprint has opened the pre-orders for HTC U11, which attracts no down payment, and the monthly installments will be $29, for two years. But hurry up! Early pre-orders with Sprint, will receive a couple of Amazon Echo Dots, as an amazing freebie; where it starts shipping from June 9.

In addition to the Sprint, Amazon has also started accepting pre-orders for the U11, where the price tag is again $649. The phone will be available from June 9, with shipping charges for free.


The HTC U11 is in line for pre-order in Canada with the price tag of CAD 899, at the HTC’s own website. However, the shipping date isn’t disclosed yet and it might be around June.


The UK folks can pre-order the phone on HTC official website, Clove and Carphone Warehouse. With both HTC and Clove, the device costs £649, which is comparatively higher, than in the US. But to soften the blow, the device will be available, as early as June 1.

Whereas in the Carphone there are two choices. You can either pay £599.99 wholly and get a SIM free version of the phone, or pay £50 per month (or a plan higher than that); and enjoy the unlimited calls, free SMS and 20GB 4G data plan every month with the O2 operator.


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