T-Mobile And Sprint Samsung Galaxy S4 Prices And Availability Confirmed

Samsung has recently announced that seven U.S. carriers and seven U.S. retailers will offer the Galaxy S4. Now U.S. carriers Sprint and T-Mobile have announced the prices and availability information for the Galaxy S4.

"Samsung has a proven track record of delivering the 'Next Big Thing' in smartphone innovation," says John Legere, president and CEO, T-Mobile USA. "By combining our bold, Un-carrier moves — no restrictions, no limits and an unbeatable value — with Samsung's leading-edge technology, you're going to get the most from your Samsung Galaxy S 4 at T-Mobile — hands down."

T-Mobile announced that starting April 24, the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be available for $149.99 down payment and 24 equal monthly payments of $20 for "well-qualified buyers for 0% APR O.A.C." The smartphone will be available online as well as at select T-Mobile retail stores. Select T-Mobile dealers and national retail stores will start selling the handset May 1.

"Galaxy S 4 is packed with incredible new features that will benefit from unlimited data plans on the Sprint 4G LTE network," says Fared Adib, senior vice president - Product Development, Sprint. "Sprint encourages our customers to really use their smartphone to its full potential — from surfing the Web to listening to streaming music or watching YouTube videos — without worry about data caps, throttling or silly overage charges on their monthly bill. I know our customers will enjoy this device as much as I do."

Sprint had remained mum on the Galaxy S4 but now the carrier has also started to accept pre-orders for the device and expectedly, the smartphone will also arrive at Sprint retail stores on April 27.

Sprint will offer the Galaxy S4 at a price tag of $250 on a two-year contract; however, if you port your existing number then you can get a discount of $100, reducing the price of the handset to $150.

Only a few days remain before you will be able to finally lay your hands on the much-awaited Galaxy S4. Now the question arises: which carrier is the best one for you?

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