Oct 25 AT 10:35 AM Nick Gray 3 Comments

Top on-contract smartphone deals for October

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It’s hard enough keeping track of the latest and greatest smartphone on the market, but it’s nearly impossible to choose which phone is right for you once you add in the cost complexities of buying a phone on or off contract and the dozens of different deals across the web. There are advantages to buying your smartphone without a contract, but we know there are quite few of you who are not ready yet to switch to T-Mobile’s competitive off-contract monthly service due to coverage issues.

You could surf the web for hours every month find the best on-contract smartphone deals, but we always suggest starting with Amazon. The online retailer typically prices its on-contract smartphone at $50 or $100 less than what service providers will charge. You can browse Amazon’s full smartphone catalog to find the perfect phone for you, but we’re taken the time to pull out the top five on-contract Android smartphone deals from each US service provider.

If you’ve not on the market for a new smartphone, leave a comment below and let us all know which device(s) you recommend.

AT&T top deals

Sprint top deals

Verizon top deals

Nick is a tech enthusiast who has a soft spot for HTC and its devices. He started HTCsource.com (the first HTC blog) back in 2007 and later joined the Android and Me family in the summer of 2010.

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  • Naeem Hussain

    Please do a UK Edition!!!!!

    • http://htcsource.com Nick Gray

      It’s a bit pointless doing one for the UK since most on-contract phones in the UK are free.

      • SGB101

        Lol, I’ve not paid for a contract phone ever. The only time you need to is if you are starting with a be network, when renewing they will always wave the cost.

        Tbh the only phone I’ve ever been asked to pay for was the note2, I just refused, (was in carp home warehouse) two mins later they waved the cost. This was on launch day.

        Iirc they wanted £75, sadly it seems this upfront pricing is seeking in more and more. Tho the m8 I got (low tarrif £2pm Tmo EE) didnt ask for anything upfront.