Verizon has recently started selling the 32GB version of the Samsung Galaxy S4 with a price tag of $299.99 on a two-year contract. However, AT&T was the first U.S. carrier to offer the 32GB version of the phone in the U.S. and now Amazon has reduced the price of the handset to $209.99 on two-year contract.
The Galaxy S4 was revealed in 16/32/64GB internal storage options with the option to increase the memory further to 64GB using a microSD card. Customers who like storing and playing a lot of media files such as music and videos from their smartphones may find the 16GB version of the handset a bit limited. As such, many customers may want to opt for 32GB internal storage option.
Amazon has now started selling the 32GB AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4 for only $209.99 on a two-year contract. Currently, AT&T has the 32GB version of the handset on offer for $249.99 on a two-year contract and for $669.99 outright. Verizon is selling the 32GB version of the Galaxy S4 for $299.99 on a two-year contract and for $699.99 without any contract.
The Galaxy S4 is currently one of the most-wanted Android handsets around. The smartphone has reached over 10 million customers globally just within 30 days of release. The handset has successfully rivaled other handsets, with the HTC One being the nearest competitor selling half the number of units within 30 days of release.
The Korean company has also added a number of new color options to the handset which may soon get in the hands of many more customers. AT&T has a big user base and the Galaxy S4 with bigger storage limit at a comparatively lower price point when compared to Verizon may attract even more customers.