HTC One A9 in Deep Garnet now exclusively available at Vodafone UK

HTC's One A9 mid-range smartphone is now available in Deep Garnet exclusively at Vodafone store. The operator is offering a range of great Pay Monthly deals that include Netflix, Sky Sports Mobile TV, Spotify Premium or a NOW TV Entertainment Pass for 6 months.

HTC One A9 looks very familiar to the iPhone 6 but its sleek metal unibody design, a Gorilla Glass 4 casing, a light-weight body and an easy-to-use fingerprint scanner makes it a great mid-range phone to use. The phone holds a 64-bit octa-core Snapdragon 617 processor, a 2,150 mAh battery, a 13MP primary camera with OIS, Pro mode and a f/2.0 aperture and the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS. There's also a microSD slot which can accommodate as much as 2TB of additional storage.



Vodafone's Pay Monthly offers for the HTC One A9 start at £29 a month for 24 months with an upfront payment of £9. This bundle will give you unlimited texts, 1000 minutes an 1GB of 4G data. If you pay £5 more each month, you will be able to double the data and get unlimited minutes and texts as well.

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Even though you can get unlimited UK minutes and texts along with 6GB of data on a £39 a month bundle, if you go for a Red Value 4GB Bundle at the same cost, you will get subscriptions to enjoy Netflix, Sky Sports Mobile TV, Spotify Premium or NOW TV for six months.

If you aren't close to your home and need unlimited mobile data to work or to entertain yourself, you can go for a Red 20GB Bundle which offers 20GB of 4G data, unlimited minutes and texts for £50 a month for 24 months. For all other available offers for the HTC One A9, click here.

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“It’s a great for us to be able to offer you Android 6.0 at the same time as the Nexus devices without compromising on your experience of using HTC Sense. You’ll be able to get new services like Now on Tap and Android Pay – which will be available in the UK in the near future," says Giuliano Ghidini – HTC’s Director of Product Marketing.

We’ve worked very closely with Qualcomm [who provides the A9’s central processing unit] to optimise the battery. Android 6.0 is a big part of that as well; it has new power management and app standby options, letting you really customise what your phone is using power on,” he added.

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