Sprint now offering Purple Mirage version of Samsung Galaxy S4

Sprint now offering Purple Mirage version of Samsung Galaxy S4

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Sprint announced on Tuesday that the carrier is now offering a new color option of the Samsung Galaxy S4. Indeed, the Purple Mirage version joins Black Mist and White Frost as colors in the popular flagship smartphone. Pricing is the same, regardless of color, and is still listed at $199.99 with a two-year service agreement.

Look for the Purple Mirage Samsung Galaxy S4 in Sprint stores and via tele-sales immediately, followed on August 16 with a web presence.
For what it’s worth, Amazon is offering the Samsung Galaxy S4 in white or black for as low as $99 with new contracts.

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3 Comments

  1. DesertPenquin
    August 13, 17:07 Reply

    Don’t fall for another product from Sprint that will probably not deliver on the data coverage or speed they advertise. Don’t get me wrong on wifi they are really good phones. But that isn’t the use we want.

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