You can get a Samsung Galaxy S8 Active at 50% off if you switch to Sprint
Last week, when Samsung announced the upcoming release of the Galaxy S8 Active on T-Mobile and Sprint, only T-Mobile revealed the handset's launch date and price (November 17, $820 outright). As it turns out, Sprint will start selling this rugged handset on exactly the same day - which, by the way, is tomorrow.
Sprint has a pretty attractive offer for consumers willing to switch from another carrier, offering the Samsung Galaxy S8 Active for half the price on an 18-month Flex lease program. If you switch to Sprint, you can pay just $17.71 per month for the S8 Active (that's a total of $318.78 at the end of the lease program). While it's true that with a lease agreement you don't get to keep your phone, you're probably bound to upgrade your device after about 2 years anyway, and Sprint Flex makes this easy for you.
Similar to the regular Galaxy S8, the Samsung Galaxy S8 Active is a high-end Android Nougat (upgradeable to Oreo) phone that's powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. While the S8 Active is not as pretty as the regular model, it's got some advantages, including a drop-resistant body, and a longer-lasting 4000 mAh battery.
Sprint will sell the Galaxy S8 Active online, via phone, and
in all retail stores across the