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Amazon offers Sprint's Samsung GALAXY Note II for $99.99 for new accounts

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Amazon offers Sprint's Samsung GALAXY Note II for $99.99 for new accounts
New Sprint customers can buy the Samsung GALAXY Note II for less than a C note

New Sprint customers can buy the Samsung GALAXY Note II for less than a C note

If you love features, you will simply adore the Samsung GALAXY Note II. Think about features like multi-windows, which lets you cut the screen in half (not literally, wise guy) and use two apps at the same time. Smart Stay uses the front-facing camera to make sure that the sandman hasn't sprinkled you with dream dust. As long as you're awake, the screen stays on. The S Pen brings a whole shoe box full of capabilities (so much so that we just could see it included with the Samsung Galaxy S IV). Imagine being able to pick up this phablet for less than $100.00.

Amazon has a special offer for those new Sprint customers who desire this model. Sign up for two years and you can buy the Samsung GALAXY Note II for $99.99. And if you are a current customer of the nation's third largest carrier with an update burning a hole in your pocket (again, not literally) then you can buy the device for $169.99. Yes, a two year contract is required here, too.

Considering that Sprint is asking $299.99 for the Samsung GALAXY Note II on contract, this sounds like one of those deals that needs to be acted upon. Amazon is tossing in free two day shipping and the unit usually ships within 24 hours.

source: Amazon via SprintUsersForum

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posted on 13 Feb 2013, 03:03

1. bendaman (Posts: 7; Member since: 26 Apr 2012)


Very funny sprint... can't wait to hop on your 70 dollar plan with a contract that expires well after I would like an upgrade on my phone.

posted on 13 Feb 2013, 04:26

2. sprintsuk (Posts: 1; Member since: 13 Feb 2013)


so why do existing customers have to pay more? seems like sprint only cares for new customers and not keeping old ones...

posted on 13 Feb 2013, 07:22 1

4. wumberpeb (Posts: 444; Member since: 14 Mar 2011)


New customers always get better deals, but it's not Sprint's fault...it's Amazon. They set the price for their inventory

posted on 13 Feb 2013, 05:21 1

3. nikenturd (unregistered)


Still...IMO...the best smartphone at the moment

posted on 13 Feb 2013, 09:16

5. laheelahee (Posts: 213; Member since: 09 Apr 2012)


why is the deal never on Verizon? -_ -

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