Sprint drops Samsung Epic 4G price to $199, but Amazon has it for $99

Sprint has announced a change in its pricing of the Samsung Epic 4G, the Android-powered smartphone that represents Sprint’s version of the Galaxy S. If you get the Epic 4G from Sprint with a new 2-year contract, it will only set you back $199.99, compared to the previous price of $249.99.

So that’s a nice $50 off the price the phone has been going for ever since its release. And, with the recently released HTC Evo Shift 4G being only $149.99, not even $199.99 for the Epic 4G makes much sense anymore. The original pricing of the Epic 4G, even less so.

Fret not, however, for Amazoncomes to your rescue if, for some reason, you simply must have a Samsung Epic 4G. They are selling it for only $99.99. Again, you’ll have to sign a new two-year agreement to be able to get that price, but still, that’s a full $100 cheaper than Sprint.

Author: Vlad Bobleanta

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  • Vailmcc

    Knowing what I know about Samsung’s customer service after the sale (no update to Android 2.2 – something that should have happened several months ago), I wouldn’t purchase the Epic 4g at any price.