It's time folks. If you've been sitting at your computer waiting for the minutes on the clock to roll over your wait is now over. After many rumored launch dates, delays and seemingly false starts -- the
HTC Thunderbolt


has now gone live on the Verizon Wireless website and is ready to be delivered direct to your door. As noted previously, purchasing the device straight from Verizon will run you $250 for a two-year contract, $320 for a one-year contract, or $600 $444.99 with no contract.

No matter where you stood in
our poll from earlier


, a lot of folks are going to be grabbing the
HTC Thunderbolt


and taking the device as well as 4G
LTE


for a spin. Until now, the Verizon 4G LTE network has seen minimal traffic so it'll be interesting to see how it handles the masses. If you're still undecided about the device as a whole, you can check
our device page


to get the full run down, also be sure to
hit up our first-look from CES 2011


. If you've already decided and are ready to take the plunge, then jump on the source link to take you on over to the Verizon Wireless website. After that,
hop into the forums


to brag. [
Verizon


] PS: Looks like no contract price was dropped to $444.99


HTC Thunderbolt orders go live on the Verizon Wireless website


posted originally by
Android Central




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