Sprint’s iPad Mini, iPad 4 and Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 offered for $100 less to new smartphone buyers

If you want to switch to Sprint, and are in need of a new smartphone and a new tablet, now it’s the best time to sign with the third largest US mobile carrier. Starting today, Sprint is offering its LTE tablets for $100 less to anyone who wants a new 20yr contract agreement and buys a smartphone.

The offer is available until January 10, and includes the following tablets: Apple iPad mini (starting at $359.99), Apple iPad 4 (starting at $529.99), Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 (starting at $449.99), and Motorola Xoom Wi-Fi ($399.99).

It looks like you can get any smartphone from Sprint to qualify for the offer – including those that cost $0 on contract. To find out more about the deal, you can go here at Sprint.

Sprint iPad LTE tablets 100 promo

Sprint released Apple’s new iPads back in November, at the same time with AT&T and Verizon. Normally, prices for the iPad Mini start at $459.99, while the iPad 4 can’t be bought for less than $629.99. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 – which runs Android ICS, upgradeable to Jelly Bean – was also launched in November, and normally costs $549.99.

As for Sprint’s smartphone line-up, this includes lots of devices, from the iPhone 5 to Samsung’s Galaxy Note II, LG’s Optimus G, or the ZTE Flash. However, you can’t buy any Windows Phone 8 handset from Sprint at the moment (but the carrier said it would start offering WP8 devices next year).

Author: Florin

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  • wow fail

    20 year contract?!?