Sprint customers can buy the Samsung Galaxy S4 for a price of $249.99 along with a new two-year contract with the carrier.

Sprint and AT&T have started offering the Samsung Galaxy S4 on their online stores. Sprint, AT&T and other consumers can now purchase the next-gen flagship device of Samsung online.
If you were following the reports which said that Sprint and AT&T will soon be offering the Samsung Galaxy S4 online, then this is the final result – the device is now available for sale. Both carrier companies have come up with attractive offers and as of now are offering the 16GB version of the Samsung Galaxy S4.

Sprint customers can buy the Samsung Galaxy S4 for a price of $249.99 along with a new two-year contract with the carrier. If customers bring their number to Sprint, then the carrier company will give you a $100 discount on the above mentioned price. So this way you will only have to pay $149.99 for a brand new Samsung Galaxy S4 and also get a new two-year contract.

If you are an AT&T consumer and do not want to switch to Sprint even though you will be eligible for the $100 discount, then you can purchase a Samsung Galaxy S4 from AT&T for a price of $199.99 along with a new two-year contract.

Both Sprint and AT&T are offering the 16GB version of the Samsung Galaxy S4 and hence we suggest that you also buy a microSD card for storage expansion. In the 16GB version, the operating system and other software take up a lot of space due to which you will only be able to use about 8.8GB of internal storage space for yourself.

And if you are planning to go for the 32GB or 64GB version of Galaxy S4 on either network, then you will have to wait for some more time. Both carriers have said that the higher storage space versions will be available very soon.

We expect the 32GB version to cost $100 more than the 16GB version and the 64GB version (when available) will cost about $200 more than the 16GB version.

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