Amazon offering Samsung Galaxy S III for as low as $99

Amazon offering Samsung Galaxy S III for as low as $99

Looking to pick up the Samsung Galaxy S III?  Get yourself over to Amazon and take advantage of their limited-time sale.  As of right now they are offering the popular smartphone for as low as $99 with two-year service agreement.  You can get the Samsung Galaxy S III for Sprint, AT&T, and Verizon for about half its original asking price.  Note that this is for both new single line plans as well as family accounts.

Heads-up that beginning today, AmazonWireless is hosting a limited-time sale that makes the Samsung Galaxy S III available starting at $99 with a new individual or family contract:

  • Verizon: $99.99 (regularly $139.99)
  • Sprint: $99.99
  • AT&T: $129.99 (regularly $139.99)

With a 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED screen packaged in a sleek, slim and lightweight design, the Samsung Galaxy S III is the phone that many critics call the best Android phone on the market. The blue and white 16GB devices, among AmazonWireless’ bestsellers, are eligible for this promotional price.


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