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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 just landed on AT&T and Sprint, here is a tip how to buy it cheaper

ByinNew Phones, Sales & Special Offers | October 4, 2013

Sprint officially launches Galaxy Note 3Samsung’s latest contribution to the phablet market, the Galaxy Note 3, has just landed on AT&T and Sprint today. AT&T is asking $299.99 for the device with a requirement of two years of close friendship between you and the carrier, also known as contract. If you are willing to remain in the relationship no longer than a year, the price will go up to $549.99. If you prefer not to be bothered with long-term commitments, you can buy the phone with month to month service at $724.99.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 for AT&T and Sprint

Galaxy Note 3 is now in stock at AT&TThe Samsung Galaxy Note 3 for AT&T is also available from Amazon. The retailer is selling the device for $10 less than AT&T, which is $289.99 to be more exact. It is not exactly a fortune, but should be enough to pick up a nice case to go or few extra apps with the phablet. The off-contract price is slightly higher, though, and is set at $749.99.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 for Sprint will set you back $349.99 with a two-year contract. However, if you are a new customer, you can save $100 and grab the phone for $249.99. The only condition is that you need to port your number from a different carrier. The promotion is available for a limited time, however, the carrier does not specify when exactly it expires. The device without a contract costs $699.99.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 packs a huge 5.7-inch full HD Super AMOLED display, quad-core 2.3 GHz processor and 3 GB of RAM. Other key features include 3,200 mAh battery, 32 GB of internal memory, S Pen, and a 13-megapixel camera with Smart Stabilization and an improved LED flash. The phone runs Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and comes pre-loaded with Samsung’s apps such as S Finder, S Beam, S Translator, S Voice, Scrapbook, WatchON and more.

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