Samsung Galaxy Phones On Sale At Amazon Wireless

The Galaxy line of phones are awesome.  A removable battery plays no small part of that as you can always have a charged battery with an inexpensive separate battery charger and never again have to plug your phone into the wall.  With the huge screens on Galaxy phones along with Google Maps you’ll also never need to buy another GPS.  And Android Jelly Bean’s incredible predictive Google Now service kicks Siri to the curb.

The Galaxy S4 will likely come out soon, so if you want the latest and greatest you may want to wait for it.  Though it will start off with a much heftier price tag than the prices below.

Sprint:
Samsung Galaxy Nexus: New customer: $0.01, Add-a-line: $39.99, Upgrade: $39.99
Samsung Galaxy S III: New customer: $0.01, Add-a-line: $99.99, Upgrade: $99.99
Samsung Galaxy Note II: New customer: $69.99, Add-a-line: $169.99, Upgrade: $199.99

Verizon:
Samsung Galaxy S III: New customer: $49.99, Add-a-line: $49.99, Upgrade: $99.99
Samsung Galaxy Note II: New customer: $149.99, Add-a-line: $149.99, Upgrade: $189.99

AT&T:
Samsung Galaxy S III: New customer: $79.99, Add-a-line: $119.99, Upgrade: $119
Samsung Galaxy Note II: New customer: $199.99, Add-a-line: $239.99, Upgrade: $239.99

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25 Responses to “Samsung Galaxy Phones On Sale At Amazon Wireless”

  1. aron Says:
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    anyone knows if there is an option to download a Hebrew key board for the Samsung Galaxy?
    if yes how whould i do it?

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  2. sara Says:
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    also Sams Club has the Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 2 in stores for $99. If your not a member of Sams Club you can join for only $45

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  3. Dan Says:
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    @sara:
    I don’t really understand the appeal of the Note 2. Wayyy to big for me.

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  4. Yossi. Says:
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    And dont forget that the S4 is coming out 3/14!

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  5. jeff Says:
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    Even better is the Dell Mobile Phones. They have an incredible $9.99 with Verizon activation.

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  6. david Says:
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    @Aron There Is, Just Search Hebrew Keyboard In Google Play Store.

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  7. Helene Says:
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    Any phone for t- mobile?

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  8. k Says:
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    @dan thats not so nice. not everything is marketed for you..

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  9. Dan Says:
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    @k:
    What’s not nice?
    I can’t say that I don’t understand the appeal of the Note :???:

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  10. Bar Says:
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    @aron – Use Swiftkey. One of the best keyboards on the market, and very easy to switch back and forth between English and Hebrew.

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  11. rots5 Says:
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    newegg had with verizon upgrade fro 20$ the s3 if im not mistaken

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  12. realistic Says:
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    Just a word of caution I had 3 galaxy phonesand I found that they were all very weak in their radio function such as Bluetooth
    Wi-Fi and GPS

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  13. Stacy Says:
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    Nothing for Tmobile?? :( been looking to upgrade from my G2X

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  14. Max Says:
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    Anyone eligible 4 an upgrade and don’t need a phone right now? Ill pay good money for one of these phones. Email me @ spam4years@gmail.com

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  15. abe Says:
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    is this deal still going 2 b here 2morow?

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  16. sprint Says:
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    Can I still get this deal even if im already a sprint customer but not in a contract?

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  17. Anonymous Says:
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    Does this work even if I’m not eligible for an upgrade

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  18. Yakov Says:
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    Even Galaxy S III is too big for me; Note 2 is *ridiculously* big for a phone.

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  19. Chavi Says:
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    What about if you are a Verizon customer without a contract?

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  20. Anonymous Says:
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    @chavi well Obviously not you only get a free phone for the contact

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  21. Igor Ivanovich Says:
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    Anyone know if this is a good way to get a galaxy for use as a GPS in Israel? I am looking for a GPS in Israel with traffic from Google Maps and Waze. Does anyone have experience? I am looking for the cheapest way to do this, like maybe buy someone’s old Galaxy. I do not want to use it as a phone, I prefer using a “Kosher Phone”.

    Any advice? Thanks!

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  22. Ari Says:
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    galaxy 4 soon!

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  23. Dovid Says:
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    MIB:Galaxy defenders

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  24. XOR Says:
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    @Igor Ivanovich: These apps need a data plan

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  25. Mat Says:
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    If I cancel the plan after 2month how much they at going to ask?

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