If you got the news a couple of days ago about Amazon offering the Galaxy S III from Sprint for only $120 and ordered one right away, you might want to skip this post. But if you’re still on the fence about getting Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone for $100 less, then read on. Because Amazon Wireless just cut the price off the Galaxy S III again, currently offering it for only $99 with a Sprint contract, giving the Android platform’s consensus top-dog a midrange phone’s price.
For a little bit of perspective, the new $99.99 deal from Amazon makes it $100 cheaper than what Sprint is offering on their own site. Of course, this means you’re going to have to spring for a new contract, but if you’re already on a Sprint contract and just want to upgrade to the new phone, it’ll cost you $150 for the upgrade, which is still $50 cheaper than what Sprint is offering.
Check out the $99 deal here: Sprint Samsung Galaxy S III from Amazon Wireless