Samsung Galaxy S 4G for T-Mobile will be arriving February 23 for $149.99 on-contract
Today, the number four wireless carrier in the US officially confirmed through its Twitter account that the Samsung Galaxy S 4G will go for sale starting on February 23rd for the contract price of $149.99 – which appears to be for a limited time only. Although they didn’t explicitly mention a time frame on how long it’ll retain its stellar pricing, it’s still a nice gesture to see considering that most new high-end devices carry the usual price tag of $200.
Now what’s impressive about the device is the fact that it’ll instantly jump to the top of the ladder boasting speeds of up to 21 Mbps – which thoroughly shatters what we’ve previously seen from other devices obtaining speeds of 14.4 Mbps. Granted that we’re still presented with a device that looks similar to the Samsung Vibrant, there should be enough upgrades with this new version to keep potential owners exuberant.
source: Twitter via Unwired View
1. psn1819 posted on 14 Feb 2011, 19:17 0 0
Way to bitch slap current vibrant owners much...t-mobile
2. shinobi posted on 14 Feb 2011, 22:42 0 0
Yes,that's really sucks because I bought Samsung Vibrant just 2 months ago and it's real slap on face...And it's not T-Mobile---this is tricks of Samsung ! I had Samsung Behold and it was same picture-updated Behold and then Behold 2...Thinking to cancel contract with T- Mobile and update to unlimited calls for ATT with my IPhone which is hundred times better and stable than this piece of crap...Samsung + T-Mobile is sucks for real !!!!!!
4. psn1819 posted on 15 Feb 2011, 07:12 0 0
yea true..i keep blaming t-mobile..samsung...this is fucked up