Samsung Galaxy S III 16GB is now $100 on Amazon

Samsung Galaxy S III 16GB is now $100 on Amazon
If you've been waiting for the right time to get a Samsung Galaxy S III, this might just be it. Amazon has taken the smartphone's price down to the very tempting $99 on-contract for the 16GB version, which, we can't deny, seems like a pretty sweet deal. 

The online retailer offers the AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint variants of the Samsung Galaxy S III, and the AT&T-exclusive red model is included in the promo as well. The 32GB model is still being offered at the considerably pricier $249 on-contract.

Keep in mind, however, that the offer is valid for new subscriptions only. Those who wish to upgrade will have to drop $180 for a 16GB Samsung Galaxy S III, or $199 if they are adding a line. But if non of that bother you, just follow the source link below and feel free to take advantage of Amazon's deal.

source: Amazon via Gizmodo

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