Sprint Samsung Galaxy S4 now just $99.99 with contract. 7″ Asus MeMO Pad down to $99.98
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is arguably one of the best smartphones currently on the market. And ever since its release not that long ago, it’s been sold by Sprint for $199.99 with a two-year contract. Recently the Now Network started offering this superphone on a BOGO deal – you buy one, you get one free (provided of course that you sign a new two-year contract for each device). So in that case you’d effectively pay just around $100 for a Galaxy S4. But that means buying two. What if you only need one Galaxy S4, but don’t want to shell out $199.99 to get it?
You’re in luck. If you hurry, you can buy a Samsung Galaxy S4 for Sprint for just $99.99. But you have to do it until August 1 (that’s this coming Thursday). And you have to make your purchase at Amazon. Final caveat: you need to be a new customer. The price doesn’t apply to those who are already with the Now Network and wish to upgrade their existing hardware.
Regardless of all the ifs, this is a top of the line device that you can now get for the price of a midranger. It’s a 50% price cut, and that’s not something to take lightly. So if you’re in the market for a Samsung Galaxy S4, and don’t mind your carrier being Sprint, head on over to Amazon right now and purchase yours for cheap.
If on the other hand you’re more into tablets, and are looking for something decently specced but extremely well priced, look no further than the Asus MeMO Pad 7. This tablet was launched in April for $149.99, which is a great price. But now the MeMO Pad 7 is being offered at Sam’s Club for an incredibly low $99.98.
Remember, this is a 7-inch tablet we’re talking about. There are no contracts to sign with carriers here. Just hand down $99.98, and it’s yours. The obvious caveat here is that this particular tablet isn’t really the most powerful in the world – far from it, in fact.
It comes with a 7-inch 1,024×600 touchscreen, a single-core 1 GHz Via processor, 1 GB of RAM, a whopping 32 GB of internal storage, microSD card support, a 1 MP front-facing camera (and no rear camera), Wi-Fi, and a 4,270 mAh battery. It runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
So sure, aside from that storage capacity, there’s nothing even remotely exciting about this tablet. On the other hand, it’s less than $100 – what exactly were you expecting? In this price range, you really can’t often find an offering from a well known player, so if you’re interested in grabbing an Asus MeMO Pad 7, just go to Sam’s Club now.