Say you want to buy a Samsung Galaxy Note II, and you want to have Sprint as your carrier (or don’t mind it being such). Option number one is going to Sprint itself and asking for a Note II. That will cost you $299.99.
If, however, you consider that amount to be a tad too expensive for your taste, Amazon is, as always, willing to help. See, if you’re not already a Sprint customer, you can get the Now Network’s Galaxy Note II for just $69.99. That’s $230 less than what Sprint charges you directly, and you’ll still sign the same two-year contract with the carrier.
If you are already with Sprint and want to upgrade your existing hardware to a Galaxy Note II, you’ll have to pay $199.99 at Amazon. That sounds like much, until you realize that it’s still $100 less than what you’d need to pay at Sprint itself.
Once more, it has been proven that buying phones directly from carriers is a very bad idea. The previous best price for the Samsung Galaxy Note II for Sprint was $99.99, also at Amazon. But now it’s even lower, so if you want a great phablet for a great price, just use the links below.
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