Save $100 on the Samsung Galaxy S III or Samsung Galaxy S II from Sprint through April 11th
Why cut the price on the pair now? With the Samsung Galaxy S4 expected to touch down in the states late next month, the nation's third largest carrier wants to clear the shelves to make room for the new flagship model. Early indications are that the carriers, instead of cutting the price of the Galaxy S III to make way for the new model, will price the Samsung Galaxy S4 about $50 above what they are asking for the current flagship handset. AT&T has announced that it will charge $249.99 for the phone which brings the cost of the device above the $199.99 that AT&T asks for the BlackBerry Z10 and the Apple iPhone 5.
3. KFear (Posts: 139; Member since: 06 Feb 2012)
It's not a bad network. It depends what you are looking for. I've been to a few different places with Sprint and I rarely drop a call. Where I work, i need all my calls to go through. They also, from looking at stats, don't drop as many calls and T-Mobile and ATT. That's great, while being somewhat affordable with no employee discounts. Data? yeah, it's not the best (at all), but it keeps getting better. Most people don't need high speed data. They check email, post stuff, and check a few web pages. You don't need 30mb a sec for that. 1mb a sec does fine.
Fast data speeds doesn't make a network. And just because you don't get coverage at your house doesn't mean it's a bad network. It can't be everywhere
4. naptown2 (Posts: 70; Member since: 29 Dec 2012)
We at sprint have been doing this promo all month .. pa this is old news
6. ryanl (Posts: 6; Member since: 24 Oct 2011)
sam's club has the sprint and at&t models for 79.88 w/2 year