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 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).
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