Sprint announces October 4th release date, pricing for Samsung Galaxy Note 3, unlimited data in tow

Sprint announces October 4th release date, pricing for Samsung Galaxy Note 3, unlimited data in tow
Today Sprint announced that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, along with Galaxy Gear and unlimited data as part of the mix, would be available beginning October 4th in standard colors “Classic White” or “Jet Black.”  The new phablet will set you back $349.99 on a two-year agreement. Galaxy Gear will be available for $299.99 and comes in three color choices, “Jet Black” along with “Wild Orange” and “Oatmeal Beige.”

The on-contract price for the new device is $50 more than Verizon’s or AT&T’s subsidized pricing, but Sprint makes it up to you by noting that the Galaxy Note 3 is eligible for the carrier’s Unlimited, My Way smartphone rate plans, offering unlimited everything for individual or group plans.  That prospect alone holds a lot of value to the power users and gobblers of gigabytes.

Sprint sweetens the pot more by cutting the price of the Unlimited, My Way plans even further if you get your new Galaxy Note 3 using the new Sprint One Up installment agreement. Sprint will take $15 off the monthly Unlimited, My Way plan, offering you unlimited everything for just $65 per month (for the duration of the 24 monthly installment payments).

That is certain to get a lot of people’s attention. If you have been eyeing the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear, knowing the duo was going to come with a hefty price tag, this offer from Sprint may have made the decision process a lot easier for you.  Check out our preview of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and keep checking back for our full review very soon.

source: Sprint


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