Amazon Wireless has cooked up a rather nice deal for those of you on the Now Network looking for a Galaxy Note 2. The Sprint version of the 5.5 inch phablet is up for sale at the online storefront for just $99, but there’s a catch. As usual, new customers are getting the better end of the deal here as that aforementioned price only applies to them.
You can still get the phone at a discounted price if you’re adding a line.You can get the device for $170 in those circumstances. Even if you’re upgrading, the discounted price point of $200 is a lot better than the $300 Sprint usually asks for.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has proven to be one of the best smartphones of late last year, and even in the fast paced smartphone industry it’s still tops in many different categories. Unique S Pen integration, a very nice chipset, 2GB of RAM, an above average 8 megapixel camera, ridiculous battery life and more all combine to create quite the phone.
Kevin Krause reviewed this phone and raved about all of that, so be sure to click this link and read up on why this phone is worth the $99-200 Amazon is willing to let go of it for. Get over to Amazon Wireless if you’re interested, and let us know if you’re in for one down in the comments section.
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- Check out the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.
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