Sprint Black Friday deals: Samsung Galaxy S III down to $50, Galaxy Nexus and Victory 4G free on contract

Sprint Black Friday deals: Samsung Galaxy S III down to $50, Galaxy Nexus and Victory 4G free on contract
So, it turns out that the rumors were on the right track. Sprint has just announced its Black Friday deals on smartphones, and the Samsung Galaxy S III is indeed present on the list. Those who don't mind committing to a 2-year contract with the carrier can grab the handset for only $50 (for the 16GB model), which is $150 below its retail price. 

But that's not the only handset that Sprint is putting on sale this weekend. In case you want to get something even cheaper, the carrier will have the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and the Galaxy Victory 4G for free after rebate. Signing up for a new 2-year contract is mandatory, of course. 

Speaking of contracts, purchasing any of these three devices requires you to sign up for a Sprint Everything Data plan, the cheapest one of which starts at $80 monthly. These include unlimited nationwide minutes, text messages, and Truly Unlimited data free of throttling and overages. 

The Black Friday deals by Sprint are scheduled to go live tomorrow, November 22, and will run through November 25, but the Samsung Galaxy S III will be on sale this Thursday and Friday only. You can take advantage of the offers by visiting the carrier's online store or any of its brick and mortar outlets across the country.

source: Sprint



1. samsung4ever

Posts: 36; Member since: Nov 20, 2012

Haha and people still rip them selves of with a underpowered iphone, WAKE UP PEOPLE AND GO ANTI APPLE!!!!

3. chaoticrazor

Posts: 2347; Member since: Aug 28, 2012

can we go ANTI samsung4ever because your just a hate filled fanboy who needs a life

2. fistigons

Posts: 368; Member since: Feb 11, 2012

I want some unlocked s3 deals. Contracts suck.

4. GeekMovement unregistered

Nothing too exciting considering that I already have the best handset on this carrier (aside from the Note II & Optimus G which doesn't seem to be on sale). Sprint is a bit slower in getting new devices compared to Verizon and AT&T with their Droids and Lumia line ups. Gonna wait for the Galaxy S IV or Blackberry 10.

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