Sprint launched the Samsung Conquer 4G with the clear aim of bringing 4G data connectivity to the masses. That’s because the Conquer 4G is Sprint’s most affordable 4G device yet, launching with an on-contract price of $99.99 if you bought it directly from Sprint.
Yet straight from the beginning of its lifetime, the Conquer 4G has seen great discounts at third-party retailers. RadioShack sold it for $19.99 at one time. But today things got even better, if you needed a cheap 4G WiMax phone on Sprint.
See, Wirefly is now offering the Conquer 4G for free. That’s with a new two-year contract of course, and just for new Sprint customers. Those who are already hooked up to the Now Network can get the handset for $79.99, which, granted, is a long way from free. On the other hand though, it’s still $20 cheaper than what Sprint asks for it.
So if you’re interested in a Samsung Conquer 4G, Wirefly is waiting for you to place an order.
The Samsung Conquer 4G has a 3.5-inch 480×320 touchscreen, Wi-Fi, GPS, a 3.2 MP rear camera, a 1.3 MP front-facing camera, a 1 GHz processor, stereo Bluetooth, a 2 GB microSD card preinstalled, and a 1,500 mAh battery.
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