The best HTC U Ultra and HTC U Play deals in November 2017

Like the look of the a couple of the more affordable HTC phones? You'll find all the best deals for the HTC U Ultra and U Play on this page.

We have deals with lots of data, options with no upfront cost and just plain cheap phone deals that mean you'll pay the least amount possible over your two year contract. All you have to do is use the filters on our easy-to-use comparison chart to narrow down the ideal plan for you.

These were two of the first phones to be launched by HTC in 2017 and if you're after one of these devices (with their shimmery backs), although they've already been superseded by the popular HTC U11. To be quite honest, they didn't exacly blow us away - there wasn't a lot of originality in their designs to persuade us that you should be buying an HTC handset instead of an iPhone or Samsung Galaxy.

But that doesn't mean that they're not worth a look - particularly the super cheap HTC U Play.

See also: HTC U 11 deals | iPhone 8 deals | iPhone SE deals | Mobile phone deals | Best SIM only deals | HTC U Ultra review | HTC U Play review

HTC U Play review in brief

Play by name...you know the rest

Screen size: 5.2-inch | Display type: Super LCD 1080 x 1920 pixels | Main camera: 16MP | Battery: 2500mAh | Operating system: Android 6 Marshmallow

Stylish design
Slick Android interface
Two good cameras
Bad battery

The HTC U Play is a solid Android smartphone with a playful bent. It has plenty of power, a decent display, strong cameras and smart bundled earbuds, so plenty to make it worth recommending - especially at the current price! 

Read TechRadar's full HTC U Play review here.

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HTC U Ultra review in brief

A cracker at this price

Screen size: 5.7-inch | Display type: Super LCD5 1440 x 2560 pixels QHD | Main camera: 12MP | Battery: 3000mAh | Operating system: Android 7.0 Nougat

Stunning QHD screen
Stylishly designed
HTC Sense is a winner
Relatively old tech under the hood

The U Ultra is HTC's attractive 2017 phablet. That means a massive screen, and by god it's a beauty. That's thanks to the pixel-heavy QHD tecjnology. The second screen is a nice idea, too. 

Read TechRadar's full HTC U Ultra here.