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Windows Phone 8S by HTC sold out at Virgin Mobile Canada

HTC 8S

Virgin Mobile Canada has completely sold out of HTC 8S stock, according to an alert on its website. It's displayed when attempting to add the Windows Phone to the basket for checkout. This is a refreshing look on Windows Phone popularity with HTC hardware continuing to sell as well as Nokia handsets.

Available at just $279 (or $79 on contract), it's no wonder the HTC 8S is a popular choice. The alert displayed on the website is as follows:

"Sorry this phone has been flying off the shelves and we're out of stock. Please make another selection."

Virgin Mobile has also started a deal to offer an opportunity for consumers to take the 8S for a test drive with the chance of keeping the handset for free should enough tips and tricks be provided along with feedback. Be sure to register your interest if not done so already.

Source: Virgin Mobile; Thanks, Frederick, for the tip!

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Good news for windows

JamesDax3 says:

This phone needs to come to the US pay as you go carriers

MaulerX says:

Nice. Like how they actually said "flying of the shelves". Lol

barry.weston says:

Yeah virgin is really good about having fun with things...not the polar opposite, like Rogers or Bell

dogfish54 says:

$279, great deal!

Sure I like my Lumia 920 very much but I got to admit that the 8S is very good looking phone...

Certainly an attractive device. I'm in the 920 camp as well and I'm still impressed by the two tone theme.

12Danny123 says:

Yea. I LOVE the two tone theme. I think they should do this on HTC's next Wp8 smartphone

Skunkwurx says:

MMMMMMMMMM domino with domino theme.... mmmmmmm
 

aubreyq says:

I'm also a big fan of the 8S design.

RaRa85 says:

Yes. Everything but the ffc. Only thing missing.

odoggyfresh says:

awesome! great to hear. although I feel like they could have low stock? I went to a Radioshack in the US last week and they didn't even have any Windows Phone's on display! I was ticked. Has anyone else heard of how well the devices are being stocked?

Tips_y says:

Great news for the WP8 platform and HTC in particular!

monigal2 says:

Not surprised, there beautifully designed phones..

monigal2 says:

I would buy one as a backup phone if it was in the US..

Kooosh says:

Who buys a backup phone? You must be accident prone. 

I was thinking the same thing

Niavlys77 says:

I plan to since I'm in Canada, I need my Lumia 900's rattle fixed still lol (it just keeps getting worse...)

milkybuet says:

I still want an actual sales figure.

mrolympia74 says:

Im sure its because of low stock.

david90531 says:

I also prefer 8S>8X. But pricing in some countries are horrible. I'm glad it's doing well here. 
GO WP!!

ejlee072006 says:

Lets drunk to that.. This is how HTC will be able to recover.. Create quality beautiful phones

I hope more people look at the 8S cause it is a great phone for the money with a good display, nice camera and very good battery life. While limited on map downloads, it can take plenty of music on a microSD.

If I would ever lose my phone (Nokia Lumia 900) for any reason, I would probably get the HTC 8S. Three UK offers it for a monthly £19 with no upfront cost (includes 100 minutes, 5000 texts and unlimited data). Doesn't get any better than that!

Jf.Vigor says:

Lose? Use find my phone for that lol

I mean "lose" in the broad sense, so as to cover all the situations in which I would be forced to get a new phone. :P

My only quibble is the lack of a front-facing camera (which the Lumia 620 has).

phatboy66 says:

I saw the phone in the mall the day Virgin Mobile released it and I have to say it feels and looks even better than on the pictures and videos I saw online! Design is amazing and the hardware is high quality!

JamesDax3 says:

My only complaint about the phone is they should have at least put a VGA FFC on it.

chucky78 says:

8S is definitely the best looking Windows Phone. Too bad it wasn't created for the big leagues. At that price I would pick it up as secondary phone only if it works on Wind.

Why ISN'T the 8S not in U.S. Virigin Mobile? Or even stores like MetroPCS, Boost or Straight Talk? It makes perfect sense to scale and the time is NOW.

ThePKReddy says:

Why didn't MS give this awesome design idea to Nokia?!?

wtrmlnjuc says:

Because MS had no involvement in the design? HTC designed this. Yeah, get over it.

flame l says:

(850/1700/1900/2100 MHz) does it mean it will work in wind or mobilicity ?