Sprint is offering up to $100 off the new Samsung Galaxy S 4 (also known as the Samsung Galaxy S IV) when new customers switch to Sprint from now through Thursday, June 13th. The Samsung Galaxy S 4 is Samsung’s new flagship Android device and features a 5″ HD Super AMOLED Plus display, 4G LTE, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, 1.9 GHz Quad core, 13 megapixel camera, and more. The Galaxy S 4 also comes with new features like Air View, which allows users to navigate any screen without even having to touch the display.
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Interested in Sprint phones, but not the Samsung Galaxy S 4? Shoppers can also compare Sprint phones using MyRatePlan’s cell phone comparison tool including other Android phones from Samsung, HTC, Motorola, and iPhones from Apple.
Now that T-Mobile has announced that they will begin offering the iPhone 5 on April 12th, all four major U.S. carriers now support the iPhone. We have broken down the total cost of ownership of the iPhone 5 including 24 months of unlimited talk and text, and also included data limits for each carrier. For more information, check out our interactive cell phone plan comparison tool.
Today, T-Mobile CEO John Legere announced at a live event in New York City that T-Mobile would begin offering the iPhone 5 on April 12. Referring to the lack of the iPhone as “a huge void” in their slate of device offerings, Leggere announced that T-Mobile would be offering the iPhone 5 for a $99.99 down payment, and then $20 per month for two years. This price does not include the monthly service plan fees.
T-Mobile will also offer the iPhone 4S for $69.99 down and $20 per month for two years, and the iPhone 4 for $14.99 down and $15 per month for two years. These handset financing options are available only to customers with good credit. Customers with poor credit will have to pay the full cost of the device up front.
As always, customers can compare T-Mobile cell phones using MyRatePlan’s comprehensive cell phone comparison tool.
Samsung is set to announce the launch of their newest flagship Galaxy S model phone, the Samsung Galaxy S IV, this Thursday, March 14.
The hotly anticipated handset has been surrounded by rumors of advanced new features such as the ability to scroll through pages using your eyes.
The Samsung US twitter account sent out the following tweet hinting at the announcement:
We will have the full announcement and details of the new Samsung Galaxy S IV (Samsung Galaxy S4) right here on the MyRatePlan blog on Thursday.
You can compare Samsung phones using our interactive tool. The tool will include the newest Samsung Galaxy S4 model when it becomes available.
Prepaid cell phone plans are on the rise. There’s no denying that in the right circumstances, prepaid cell phone plans have the potential to save customers a lot of money on their cell phone bill each month. However, with all the different options out there, it can be difficult to know which prepaid cell phone plan to choose.
Well, if you are looking for a high-end prepaid plan with unlimited voice, texting, and a lot of data, then check out our infographic below. We crunched the numbers and plans across a variety of prepaid wireless carriers such as AT&T, Boost Mobile, Cricket Wireless, metroPCS, Net10, Sprint, Straight Talk, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, and Virgin Mobile in order to create a simple an easy to understand comparison guide. You can also compare prepaid cell phone plans in more depth using our interactive tool.
In the infographic below, we give the prepaid cell phone plan name, monthly rate of the plan, whether or not the plan offers unlimited minutes and texts, the amount and speed of data the plan offers, and whether or not the iPhone 5 and Galaxy S III are offered by the carrier for prepaid use.