Samsung Galaxy S III drops to $99 in the US on a 2-year contract

18 October, 2012 | Comments (62) | Post your comment

If you're in the US and want to update to a Samsung Galaxy S III, now might be a very good time to do it. Amazon Wireless is offering the Samsung flagship for $100 if you sign a contract with Verizon or Sprint and for $120 if you want to go with AT&T.

We checked the carriers' own web sites but the they still offer it on their usual prices ($200). Then we headed off to various etailers, but we only got the old prices there too.

The only other one with a reduced price that we managed to find is Staples - it's asking $150 for the Galaxy S III if you sign with Verizon. There's this offer too, but honestly, we can't tell which carrier that one is from.

Anyway, if you manage to figure out which carrier the second offer is from or find the S III on the cheap elsewhere, drop us a line in the comments.





Samsung Galaxy S III drops to $99 in the US on a 2-year contract - reader comments

  • Khulekani SA

I wish I was living in US cos in South Arica is still very expensive but I will own it one day

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  • 2012-10-21 21:01
  • Iabe
  • Anonymous

this is a great deal for a great phone. S3 will be one of the greatest sucesses of all time. and this also means there will be a S4 coming in 6 months, even greater news.

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  • 2012-10-21 07:38
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  • fanboy

yea soon it'll be free if you wait another 30 days. this was outdated 3 months ago... the problem with samsung is they mass produce everything in high volume, much like a dollar tree factory. not saying that's not good, personally i would l...

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  • 2012-10-20 20:21
  • qiGI