Carrier statements on Samsung Galaxy S4 availability

Carrier statements on Samsung Galaxy S4 availability



Now that it’s official, the hot button question for the Samsung Galaxy S4 is whether or not your carrier expects to offer the handset. Spoiler alert: They do.

Here’s the word, direct from Samsung’s press release:

Samsung GALAXY S 4 will be available from Q2 globally including US, partnering with AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, as well as US Cellular and Cricket

We’ve started receiving emails concerning the handset and how each carrier is treating this evening’s news.  Here’s what we’ve got thus far.

Note that we’ll update this with any new details as they come across our desk.

“AT&T was the first to deliver Samsung’s Galaxy series and we are excited to bring the Galaxy S4 to the nation’s fastest 4G LTE network. We continue to offer our customers a broad choice of devices and features to fit any mobile lifestyle, and look forward to growing our family of Samsung Galaxy devices.” – AT&T

“T-Mobile is excited to partner with Samsung to bring the Samsung Galaxy S™ 4 to our customers. We look forward to sharing more information soon; meanwhile, please visit our Samsung Galaxy S 4″ – T-Mobile

“U.S. Cellular is excited to bring the Samsung Galaxy S 4 to our customers in the near future. We will be sure to share details and presale information with you as soon as we can.” – U.S. Cellular

“Sprint is excited to bring the benefit of Truly UnlimitedSM 4G LTE data to the U.S. variant of Galaxy S 4 in the second quarter of this year. Our customers will appreciate the ability to use Galaxy S 4 to surf the Web, share pictures and videos, and use this smartphone as much as they want without worrying about throttling or overage charges on their monthly bill due to data caps.” – Sprint

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