Galaxy S4 Reveals Release Dates and Prices for U.S. Carriers

Galaxy S4It seems like only yesterday that I was writing about Samsung’s Galaxy S3 smartphone (mainly because I was but that’s beside the point). Well, now it’s time for me to switch gears and talk about the latest flagship smartphone to drop from Samsung, the Galaxy S4. This one seems to be even more talked about than the S3 and has the specs to back it up.

However, people have been dying to know when they can get their hands on this wonderful new smartphone. Well, if reports are true, the Galaxy S4 will hit U.S. markets next week. However, pricing and availability do vary depending on the carrier you pick, which could mean good news for some and bad news for others.

Right now the Galaxy S4 has been confirmed to be coming to T-Mobile, AT&T, Sprint, Verizon and U.S. Cellular, meaning nearly everybody in the United States will have the opportunity to get the phone. When they can get it depends entirely on the carrier they have their current phone with.

T-Mobile will begin selling the Galaxy S4 on April 24 for a cost of $149.99 in store and an additional $20 per month for 24 months. For those of you not good at math, that accumulates to $629.99. AT&T is currently accepting pre-orders for the device for a starting price of $199.99 with a new two-year contract, though no launch date has been revealed for the carrier.

Sprint will have the S4 starting April 27 for $249.99 with a new two-year contract. New customers that have switched from another carrier to Sprint will be able to get the S4 for $149.99. Verizon, unfortunately, has not revealed any information on either pricing or availability, though has confirmed that it will be offering the device. U.S. Cellular is in the same boat as Verizon with no announced price or release date and has only confirmed it will sell the S4.

Source: Business Insider – Here Are The Official Samsung Galaxy S4 Launch Dates and Prices

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