If you are a Boost Mobile or Virgin Mobile customer and have been waiting for the Samsung Galaxy S III to arrive to your carrier, you have a good news for you because today is the day. Both Sprint subsidiaries started offering the phone today at price of $399.99 without contract. The price is pretty reasonable, especially since you take into account that there are no long-term commitments involved. The Samsung Galaxy S III also will operate on 4G LTE network in areas where Sprint made it available.
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
Boost Mobile was expected to start offering the Samsung Galaxy S III some time in June, but until today we did not have any solid information either on exact launch date or pricing. Now we do. The carrier announced today that the Galaxy S III will be available starting June 12 for an affordable price of $399.99 with no contract obligations. The phone will run on Boost Mobile using Sprint LTE network which is currently available in 88 markets. Customers in other areas will have to make do with EvDo 3G.
With the Samsung Galaxy S 4 launching recently as the company’s latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S III is ready to head to Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile prepaid networks. Both Sprint-owned carriers confirmed that they will offer the phone to their customers in the not so distant future. Boost and Virgin are expected to release the phone in June. More details on availability and pricing will be known closer to the launch date.
Previous rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S III heading to Walmart stores are now confirmed. Indeed, the handset arrived at select Walmart locations, however it is not available for purchase yet. Customers will be able to grab the phone starting next week, starting May 20, for a very reasonable price of $439.99 without contract. The first image of the retail package reveals that the Galaxy S III will be compatible with Straight Talk $45 Unlimited Plan and $60 International Unlimited Plan. The phone is already available for purchase through the Straight Talk online store.
AT&T’s announcement from last week about the Samsung Galaxy S4 being priced at $249.99 with a two-year service agreement caused quite a commotion. Since the amount of storage was not mentioned, we did not know which model this price applies to. Today the carrier clarified any doubts and announced that it is the 32 GB version that will cost $249.99. AT&T will also carry a 16 GB model and this one will cost $199.99. In case you need a reminder, the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be available for pre-order starting April 16th, but so far there is no word on when exactly the device will start shipping.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 was announced just one week ago and, as expected, price drops have already begun on its predecessor – the Galaxy S3. The first retailer to offer the Galaxy S3 at a discounted price is RadioShack that lowered price on the Sprint version. If you are already a Sprint customer, you can grab Samsung’s former flagship phone for just $49.99 if you are willing to sign a new two-year contract. You can bring this price to a round $0 easily if you leave your old device to trade-in with the “Trade & Save” program.
If you were considering buying the Samsung Galaxy S III and looking for a good offer, here is one you will like. Amazon is selling the phone for free, just $0.01 to be exact, which is the best deal ever spotted for Samsung’s flagship Android smartphone. Isn’t it awesome? Of course it is, as long as you do not mind having Sprint as your carrier for the next 24 months, since you will have to sign a new service agreement to take advantage of the offer.
What could be better than a bunch of red roses for your loved one on Valentine’s Day? That bunch of flowers accompanied by one of the Galaxy lineup smartphones for T-Mobile purchased at a discounted price before Valentine’s Day of course. Jokes aside, T-Mobile Valentine’s Day Sale on the Samsung Galaxy S III (16 GB and 32 GB models), Galaxy S II, Galaxy Blaze and Relay, is now on and will last through February 18.
Are you about to get yourself a new phone? If so, before you run to carrier’s store, we recommend to read this article as it may help you save some money. One of the biggest retailers in the US, Best Buy, is currently offering two interesting deals that will allow you to get top flagship smartphones such as Samsung Galaxy S III or iPhone 5 at a discounted prices. Here are all the necessary details.
The Samsung Galaxy S III is not the latest phone available on market, but despite of its age, there is no doubt that it is still hot. If you would like to buy the handset from your carrier, you will have to either sign a contract to buy it at subsidized cost, which is usually $199.99, or pay full price to get it without contract, which approximately $599.99. If you do not want to get tied to one carrier for two years, but also you cannot afford to purchase the handset without contract, here is an alternative.
If you missed two important T-Mobile sales in 2012: 12 Days Value Sale and $0 Down Sale, the carrier is holding a special offer on Samsung Galaxy S III. Until tomorrow you can purchase the 16GB Samsung’s flagship smartphone for just $99.99 after $100 mail-in rebate and $149.99 for 32GB version. The deal is good for new and existing T-Mobile customers who are willing to sign up a two-year contract. This is a pretty tempting deal if you don’t care what new the Galaxy S4 will bring in April.
more info: T-Mobile
Christmas is right around the corner, but there is still time for some last minute present shopping. If you were considering buying a high-end on-contract smartphone, then Best Buy has a great offer for you this weekend. The electronics retailer had a similar promotion a few days ago, when for one day it was selling the Samsung Galaxy S III for just $49.99 with a new two-year service agreement. If you missed that deal, today is your second chance.
Starting today, T-Mobile launches a 10-day “$0 down” sale on some of its phones, including the hottest smartphones of the year. This promotion is connected with the carrier’s recent announcement that ends subsidized handset pricing in 2013. With the “$0 down” sale, T-Mobile is offering its subscribers a last chance to purchase new models with as much as $200 off the down payment and the balance paid off over 20 months. Of course you will have to sign a two-year contract for the Unlimited Value plan in order to get any of the rebates.
In case you don’t want get involved with Sprint for the next two years and take advantage of the free Samsung Galaxy S III, we may have some good news for you. Best Buy today brought back a popular Black Friday offer on Samsung Galaxy S III devices for all four main US service providers.
The 16GB Galaxy S III is on sale for $49.99 for AT&T, Verizon and Sprint. T-Mobile enthusiasts will have to shell out a little bit more – $79.99, which is still way cheaper than at carrier’s store. Of course, you will need to sign up two year contract to take advantage of the offer. The deal is good for new and existing customers, and is available online and in-stores, so you don’t have to hit the road to search for a local shop. Last tip, this deal expires today at midnight, so you must hurry.
more info: Best Buy
We are just one week away from Christmas, but that doesn’t mean the deals have all packed-up and left. Some of the hot offers we have shared with you this holiday season will continue for the next week. However, some of the merchants are now unleashing the hottest deals for the last-minute shoppers. Today we caught wind of a sale going on over at Amazon, and if you’ve got any spending money left, it might be worth taking a look. The Sprint version of the Samsung Galaxy S III is now on sale for a penny.
Looking to get a new phone on Metro PCS? Want to change your old phone without breaking the bank? Visiting a Metro PCS online store could be your best answer. For a limited time, Metro PCS offers up to $100 discounts on select Samsung smartphones as a part of the promotion “Get Ready for a Winterland”. The offer includes the latest models on carrier’s store: Galaxy S III and Galaxy Admire 4G plus its predecessor Samsung Admire.
The world’s favorite Android smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S III, has arrived to Cricket few weeks ago at top price tag of $549.99 without contract. Despite of the popularity of the phone, we are sure there are still many who are waiting for the price to come down. If you are among them, we may have some exciting news for you. The Samsung Galaxy S III is now on sale at 40% off the retailer’s price.
As promised, Cricket today added the Samsung Galaxy S III to its roster of Android devices at price $549.99 for 16GB version without contract. According to the release note, the phone should be available online, in carrier’s local stores and third party dealers. However, the phone must be in stock at select areas for now. We just tried to purchase the smartphone in New York thru Cricket’s online store and we came across the message “Sorry, this phone is not available in your market”.
Cyber Monday is only once a year and it is a big event so no wonder that each and every carrier has its own promotion and T-Mobile is no exception. T-Mobile kicked off the ‘Samsung Holiday Sale’ which covers also Cyber Monday event and it will last until December 20th. During this time Android fans can score the Samsung Galaxy S III for $99 and Galaxy Note II for only $199.
Additionally, T-Mobile enhanced Cyber Monday today and brought the latest Windows 8 smartphones to zero. Until midnight you can get the HTC Windows Phone 8X, aka HTC 8X, and the Nokia Lumia 810 for free. Of course, all phones require 2 year contract.