HTC HD7 Windows Phone Available at AT&T & AmazonWireless


As announced by AT&T earlier, HTC HD7S device is now available on various stores and online stores. AT&T’s online store lists this awesome HTC Windows Phone for $199.99 under 2 year contract and $499.99 under no contract. And at Amazon Wireless, this Windows Phone 7 based handset available for $149.99 for upgrade users and $489.99 under no contract.

We had a detailed review of HTC HD7 Windows Phone earlier and actually T-Mobile already released this smartphone earlier. From the list of WP7 based phones, HTC HD7 from T-Mobile was the first phone and T-Mobile users were the first users for the hands-on of the new Windows “NoDo” update released earlier by Microsoft.

This Windows Phone 7 handset is the powerful one and sports 1 GHz Qualcomm QSD8250 processor, 16-GB built-in storage space for users, 4.3-inch, 480×800 pixels, WVGA Super LCD capacitive touchscreen, 5 megapixel camera with 2X zoom, IE7 Web browser, Zune music player, Push mail with Microsoft direct push, AOL, Yahoo and MSN Messengers, and Multitasking capability.

Special Features for AT&T Customers:

AT&T Navigator, a special subscription based app from AT&T, AT&T Maps, Ypmobile, AT&T Social Net, Instant Messaging, AT&T FamilyMap, Loopt, WHERE, AllSport GPS, AT&T Music, Mobile Video, Mobile Banking, and Preloaded Games also available specially for AT&T users. So, this phone can be enjoyed by T-Mobile as well as now, AT&T.

Amazon ships HTC HD7 WP7 smartphone in 2 days, if you order today and it has many option while adding it to the cart. These options include, Individual account/Family account, for existing customers/for new contract customers, and a Replacement Phone option. Amazon offers this phone with the Amazon Wireless Instant Discount Policy also, which states:

When you purchase your device with service from, we automatically pass along an instant discount from the carrier to you.  This discount has been provided to you based on your agreement to (a) activate a new, or extend an existing, line of service for this device with the carrier, and (b) maintain this service in good standing for a minimum of 181 consecutive days.  If you do not activate or extend a line of service in connection with this device, or if your service is canceled/disconnected before 181 consecutive days, will charge you $250 per device, plus applicable taxes.

So, grab this phone before your neighbor does. If you don’t want to go for this smartphone, then have your reason in the comment box below.

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