Sprint circles April 11 for Samsung Galaxy S5

Sprint circles April 11 for Samsung Galaxy S5

Sprint on Friday announced that the Samsung Galaxy S5 will be available for purchase on Friday, April 11. Priced at $199 with a two year service agreement (and $50 mail-in rebate), the handset will be sold in Charcoal Black and Shimmery White options. Customers who choose (and qualify) to purchase the Galaxy S5 on Easy Pay can pick it up for $0 down, and 24 monthly payments of $27.09.

Sprint will also offer the Samsung Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo, and Gear Fit on April 11. Pricing and color options break down as follows:

  • Gear 2 (Charcoal Black, Gold Brown): $299.99
  • Gear 2 Neo (Charcoal Blac): $199.00
  • Gear Fit (Charcoal Black with optional changeable straps): $199.99

Sprint will hold a limited time deal for the Samsung Galaxy S5; purchase the smartphone on a Framily Plan with Easy Pay and receive the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 free. Customers will, of course, have to pay for activation of the tablet and sign up to a two-year data plan of $10/mo. or more.

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