The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has officially gone up for pre-order via Sprint over the weekend. Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile have already started taking pre-orders for the smartphone, so it was only a matter of time before Sprint joined in on the action too. The carrier has priced the smartphone at $349.99 with a two year agreement or $720 off contract. Sprint’s Easy Pay option allows you to pay the full retail price at $30 per month for a period of 24 months.
While Sprint’s contract pricing is slightly more than other carriers, the full retail pricing is significantly lesser compared to AT&T which is charging $826 for the smartphone. If you’re looking to save some money on the price, Sprint is also offering a decent trade-in program where you can bring an old device to get a significant price cut on the Galaxy Note 4. The carrier promises at least $200 in return for your old phone, which is a decent amount of savings when you’re spending big on a smartphone.
Customers will also like to know that the smartphone is up for display through Best Buy outlets across the country. So you can walk into a store and check it out to get a better idea of Samsung’s latest offering.
Via: GSM Arena