Sprint to carry Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 for $50

Sprint to carry Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 for $50

Sprint on Monday announced that it will offer the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 on Friday, Oct. 11 at a low $49.99 introductory price. You will, of course, need to sign up a new line of service or be qualified for an upgrade to take advantage of the price, but that’s one attractive sticker, no?

The Samsung tablet will be available through all channels including Sprint’s website, retail store, and tele-sales. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 will be sold in White at first however a Midnight Black model is expected by the time the holidays roll around. As is the case with other new devices sold through the carrier, customers can take advantage of Sprint One Up program and upgrade their smartphone every 12 months.

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