Grab Sprint's Samsung Galaxy Note 2 For $99 Via Amazon

29 January 2013, 1:54 pm EST By Anu Passary email: a.passary@mobilenapps.com Mobile&Apps

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 deals have been coming up quite frequently over the last week. First, Amazon discounted Verizon's version of the smartphone and then Best Buy reduced the price of the T-Mobile variant. And now, Amazon is offering Sprint's variant of the Galaxy Note 2 for just $99.

Samsung's Galaxy Note 2 has been one of the most successful smartphones from the company, garnering five million sales worldwide within just 60 days of release.

A 1.6GHz Samsung Exynos Quad-core processor powers the Galaxy Note 2, making it one of the most powerful smartphones available. What's more, it even has an S Pen stylus, which makes it stand out from the pack.

Amazon is now offering the 16GB version of the Galaxy Note 2 for $99 on a new two-year contract. However, if you are eligible for an upgrade then you have to splash an extra $100. Once ordered, Amazon claims to ship the smartphone for free in two business days. Furthermore, the device is available in both Marble White and Titanium Gray colors.

U.S. carriers AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon sell the Galaxy Note 2 for $299.99, and T-Mobile offers the handset at a whopping $369.99 on a two-year contract. Additionally, Wirefly also has the Verizon variant of the Galaxy Note 2 up for grabs for $199.99.

Sprint customers have already started to receive the highly-touted Multi Windows View software update on the Galaxy Note 2, which makes the device even more attractive to buyers looking out for a bigger 5.5-inch device.

Of late, Samsung has also been aggressively promoting the Galaxy Note 2 via video commercials showing off the Multi Windows View and SAFE security features.

Amazon does not indicate if this is a limited time offer. So hurry before stocks run out. If you are looking to buy a new Galaxy Note 2, then this $99 offer is a steal and is not to be missed.

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