The best way to start the month? How about all phones on Sprint slashed to just a penny? We’re not kidding here - Amazon Wireless has kicked off a huge promo offering you all of Sprint’s 4G smartphones with prices slashed to $0.01 when you purchase them with a two-year unlimited data contract.
The “Spring into Sprint” deal includes the yummy Samsung Galaxy S II Epic Touch 4G and the evergreen Samsung Nexus S 4G. The offer is valid until March 26th, or while supplies last, and something tells us those premium offerings might not be sitting out long, so you might want to take action soon.
The limited-time promo also waives activation fee
if you purchase a phone by March 19th. This only applies to new activations, so you’d need to jump ship to Sprint to benefit fully from the deal.
Below are the official details and a list of the discounted phones, so feel free to check them out and let us know what are you getting in the comments section.
1. Samsung Galaxy S II Epic Touch 4G Android Phone (Sprint)
2. Samsung Galaxy S II Epic Touch 4G Android Phone, White (Sprint)
3. HTC EVO Design 4G Android Phone (Sprint)
4. HTC EVO Shift 4G Android Phone (Sprint)
5. Samsung Nexus S 4G Android Phone (Sprint)
6. Samsung Epic 4G Android Phone (Sprint)
7. HTC EVO 3D 4G Android Phone (Sprint)
8. Motorola Photon 4G Android Phone (Sprint)
9. HTC EVO 3D 4G Android Phone, Plum (Sprint)
10. Samsung Conquer 4G Android Phone (Sprint)
For a limited time only, all Sprint 4G phones are on sale for just a penny (new activations only) with truly unlimited data for $79.99 (Everything Data 450 for $69.99/month andPremium Data for $10.00/month) and waived-activation fee. New activation includes a new individual account, a new family account, or a new line to an existing account. The promotion does not include upgrades or contract extensions. For upgrading an existing line of service, prices may vary. See frequently asked questions for more details about ordering on AmazonWireless. Offer valid between midnight PDT March 12, 2012 through 11:59 p.m. PDT March 26, 2012, while supplies last.