If you aren’t among the five million or so people who already have a Samsung Galaxy Note II in possession, listen up. You can now join in the phablet craze, and it will be cheaper than ever – especially if you don’t mind having AT&T as your carrier.
See, you can now get the Samsung Galaxy Note II for AT&T for just $174.99, in case you aren’t already an AT&T customer. Of course you’ll need to sign a two-year contract for this price. But this is effectively $125 less than what the carrier itself is asking for the exact same device.
If you already have a contract with AT&T, and are eligible for an upgrade, then you’ll need to pay $199.99 for the Galaxy Note II. That’s a bit more expensive, but it’s still a cool $100 less than what AT&T would want you to pay.
So where are these offers available, you ask? At Amazon. In case you’re interested, you need to go here for the white AT&T Galaxy Note II, and here for the grey model. The only downside to this deal is that both color variants of the best-selling phablet are currently backordered. That said, Amazon is surely working as hard as it can to get them back in stock, so if you want to take advantage of this ‘festive’ pricing, place an order as soon as you can.
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