The Samsung Galaxy S4 is available on almost every US carrier, including Cricket Wireless. The carrier has just opened pre-orders for Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone. The phone can be yours for $474.99. This is how much you will have to pay after a $125 discount, including a $55 mail-in rebate and a $70 web discount. Cricket will start shipping the Galaxy S4 in three days, on June 7. As a bonus, the handset will be bundled with a free matching flip cover.
It is not the first time that we hear rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S III successor – the Galaxy S4. More and more information is coming out and today we have a fresh dose of rumors about the latest Samsung creation. It is now almost certain that the Samsung Galaxy S4 is being worked on, and it probably has already a working name – Project J. Some sources hits that Samsung might be introducing the Samsung Galaxy S4 as soon as April next year, which would mark 11 months since the launch of the Galaxy S III.
The day has finally arrived that the Samsung Galaxy S4 is available for purchase. At the moment, the handset is offered by two of the US major carriers, AT&T and Sprint, but others will follow soon. The units sold on different carriers are basically identical, however, they will be priced differently. As expected, the Galaxy S4 for AT&T costs $199.99 with a new contract. There is one drawback, though. You will have to march down to your local AT&T store, as the handset is not available for online purchase.
Without any doubt, the Samsung Galaxy S4 is the star of the season. Not even a month has passed since the phone became available for purchase, and already over 10 million units have been sold worldwide. According to Samsung statistics, one Galaxy S4 is bought every 4 seconds. Such sales record leaves behind all Galaxy S4’s strongest competitors, the HTC One, the Sony Xperia Z and the LG Optimus G Pro. In the weeks to come, sales will go up even more, since the smartphone has now arrived on Verizon Wireless.
If you were considering becoming a Sprint customer, now would be a great time to make the move, especially if you are not shy of buying your phone from Amazon Wireless. The online retailer has dropped down the prices on two of the best smartphones of this year: the HTC One and the Samsung Galaxy S4. You can save up to $100 on these models if you decide to move your number to Sprint today.
Samsung’s latest flagship Galaxy S4 was finally revealed to the word this week at a press conference at Radio City Music Hall in New York. The handset was presented in a truly Broadway-like fashion and a handful of new information was added to what we already knew from previous leaks and rumors. If you ask for price and availability in the US, here is what is going to be.
AT&T today made the LG Optimus G Pro and 32GB Samsung Galaxy S4 available for sale through its web site and in its local stores. Exclusively offered by AT&T, the 5.5-inch LG Optimus G Pro is offered at price $199.99 with two-year contract, while the 5-inch 32GB Samsung Galaxy S4 is sold for $249, which is $50 more comparing to 16GB version. Both handsets belong to a premium smartphones category and are definitely worth its price if you look for top-end Android smartphone today.
It seems that the Spring of 2013 may be an interesting season, as two large manufacturers, LG and Samsung, are said to be working on their new flagship phones. This means only one thing – the smartphone market will turn into a battlefield with LG and Samsung fighting over tech-hungry customers. Which one will win? We shall see in a few months. The LG’s new baby, the Optimus G2, is rumored to be launched in February or March and Samsung Galaxy S4 will supposedly hit the stores in May. In the meantime, let’s play along and see what both smartphones may offer you.
AT&T is one of the first US mobile operators to begin pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy S4. As promised in earlier announcement, starting today (April 16) the pre-order website is up and running. You can choose either White Frost or Back Mist color option. At the moment, you can purchase only the 16 GB version, but hopefully more models will be available soon. The phone will set you back $199.99 with a two-year service agreement or $639.99 off contract. AT&T promises to star shipping the Galaxy S4 on April 30, so it should arrive no later than May 3. By the way, shipping is free.
New to Verizon Wireless network and planning to treat yourself to the Samsung Galaxy S4? You could not have chosen a better time. Amazon has just dropped the price of Samsung’s latest flagship to a sweet $149.99 for new customers, which means $50 in savings when compared to what the carrier is asking for the phone ($199.99). Of course, such an attractive price requires a 2-year service agreement.
Numerous leaks and rumors allowed us last month to speculate that the successor of the Galaxy S III will be unveiled in March this year. And now it seems that we were right. Yesterday, during the World Mobile Congress in Barcelona, the company has begun distributing invitations to Unpacked Event that will be held in New York City on March 14.
T-Mobile sale brings zero down payment on the hottest smartphones: Galaxy S4, iPhone 5, Galaxy Note II, Lumia 925, Xperia Z
Who said that nothing in life is free? They see black and white, but there is always that gray area of circumstantial acceptation. Choosing to capture that moment is a matter of preference. It is safe to say that T-Mobile lives up to that statement in saying our top devices are free for you, for a limited time — for a limited moment.
Amazon has Sprint’s Galaxy S4 on sale for $99 on contract for new customers. During this limited time promotion, customers who are open towards getting new contracts with Sprint are able to save $100.00 opposed to the $199.99 that the phone normally goes for. In addition to that, save money on Amazon’s free two day shipping when orders are placed before 3 pm EST Monday through Friday. If you fit the time frame, your order will arrive two days after order placement, which also means that time will be saved on waiting for the phone.
The international version of the Samsung Galaxy S4 was already approved by FCC and we are waiting for US-bound models to get the Commission’s blessing. Yesterday, two variants of the Galaxy S4 destined at the US market were spotted at FCC. The first one on the list is a device with model number SPH-L720 and is obviously heading to Sprint. The other one, known as the SCH-R970, will be carried by Metro PCS. Both models will be virtually identical in terms of design and specs, there are, however, some differences worth commenting on.
T-Mobile treated us to some good news today. During its UNcarrier event in New York City, the carrier announced the launch of its LTE network together with several new LTE-enabled handsets. One of the heroes of today’s press conference was undoubtedly the Samsung Galaxy S4. We already knew that the handset would be coming to T-Mobile. What we did not know was when. T-Mobile said that the phone will be available in early May and CEO Legere was even more specific claiming that the Galaxy S4 will hit the stores “around May 1”.
Holiday season is the best time of the year to shop for electronic devices thanks to numerous and generous discounts. There is a little bit of a problem, though – you’re not going to be the only customer looking for great deals. To say that shops will be crowded is a major understatement, so unless you really enjoy squeezing your way through armies of impatient folks, there is a much better way to buy your favorite phone. For example, Cyber Monday Deals at Cricket Wireless include the Samsung Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S5 for half the price and won’t require hanging out in lines.
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The Samsung Galaxy S4 family is growing in size. Another variant of Samsung’s popular smartphone lineup will soon join the original Galaxy S4, Galaxy S4 Mini, Galaxy S4 Active, Galaxy S4 Zoom and Galaxy S4 Google Edition. The Samsung Galaxy S4 with LTE-Advanced support will hit the stores in Korea as soon as this month. Samsung co-CEO JK Shin also revealed that the company is talking with carriers outside Korea to start offering the phone in other regions.
Its not a secret that the next big thing – the Galaxy S4, will be officially presented to the world in just a few short hours, but you can already see how it looks thanks to leaked images that appeared on Chinese site IT168. This comes as a bit of a surprise, especially after Samsung kept the Galaxy S4 a secret until its launch date. This time, though, not only photos but also very detailed specifications were leaked, so we pretty much know all there is to know about the handset.
Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4 is one of the best offering currently available on the market, there is no doubt on that. As it usually happens, quality comes with adequate price, so the phone is not cheap either, especially if you buy it outright. However, if there is nothing you want more than an off-contract Galaxy S4, check out Cricket Wireless deal involving a $200 mail-in rebate. Taking into accounts the usual web discounts, the Samsung Galaxy S4 can be yours for the incredible price of just $329.99
Wanna save some cash on the Samsung Galaxy S4 for Sprint? If so, we recommend instead of shopping at the carrier’s store, just check out deals on Amazon Wireless. The biggest online retailer has the latest Samsung flagship phone on sale for just $129.99 on contract. Compared to how much Sprint is asking for the Galaxy S4 at the moment, it means $20 off. It may not be the discount of the century, but still it is enough to land you some nice accessories for your handset or few extra apps from Google Play store.