Amazon Wireless (unsurprisingly) keeps on offering Android smartphones at discounted prices in the US. Now it has a great deal for customers willing to sign a new 2-yr contract agreement with AT&T: it’s selling the carrier’s Samsung Galaxy S III for only $79.99.
Sure enough, Sprint’s S III is offered by Amazon for just $0.01 (after being sold for $49.99 for some time), while Verizon’s version costs $59.99. But the $79.99 price tag is still the lowest you can find for AT&T’s Galaxy S III. The price is available only with a new line – if you need to upgrade your contract, the S III costs $99.99.
The red version of the Galaxy S III isn’t available at Amazon – so if you absolutely want that, you will have to get it from AT&T (where it costs $199.99, just like the white and blue editions). Anyway, you can go here to buy the AT&T Galaxy S III in white for $79.99, or here to get it in blue.
Launched by AT&T in July with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on board, the Samsung Galaxy S III is currently running Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean. An update to Jelly Bean 4.2 should be released sometime next year.
Samsung has sold more than 30 million Galaxy S III units around the world until now.
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