So, let's say that you are looking for a decent mid-range Android smartphone, but you also want it to be from a prepaid carrier. Net10 might have something just for you in the near future. We are talking about the Samsung Galaxy S II, which the MVNO will start offering soon for a price of $399. Sure, it seems a bit pricey, but that's because there is no carrier subsidy associated with the smartphone's purchase. On the bright side of things, Net10's unlimited plan costs $45 per month when purchased online, which doesn't sound like a bad deal.
2.3 Gingerbread comes pre-installed, but we hope that an update to 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is being considered.
In case you are interested, feel free to follow the source link below, which will take you to the carrier's web page. There you can check whether the Net10 Samsung Galaxy S II will be available in your area.