For $249.99 -- with a new line or eligible upgrade and a two-year service agreement -- Sprint (NYSE:S) will make Samsung's Galaxy S4 smartphone available to customers starting April 27. That's for the 16GB version.
Customers who switch to Sprint from another carrier and purchase an S4 will also receive $100 instant credit, reducing the price to $149.99, Sprint announced today. The new phone will be available at Sprint stores and via other Sprint sales channels beginning April 27. Pre-orders for a limited supply begin tomorrow online. The Galaxy S4 Android OS smartphone will be offered in white and black.
The Galaxy S4 is compatible with 4G networks, however Sprint's 4G data plans are currently available in select markets only.
AT&T announced its availability and pricing of the Galaxy S4 earlier this month.
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