Once upon a time, Sprint asked you to pay $350 for a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 on contract — that’s a full $50 more than it’s going for on other carriers. Someone super smart at Sprint decided it probably wouldn’t be a good idea to overshoot the price that their competitors put up so they went ahead and brought it down. You’ll now have to pay just $300 if you upgrade to the Galaxy Note 4 using a new two-year contract.
Of course, going the Easy Pay or off-contract route remains the same. That’s still a $720 price tag that can be split into 24 equal payments of $30 per month if you prefer to go those routes. No one ever said it wasn’t going to be expensive — this is one of the most advanced smartphones in the market, after all. Let us know if this price change will make you more inclined to buy your Galaxy Note 4 on-contract.