For a limited time only, all Sprint 4G phones are on sale for just a penny (new activations only). Add truly unlimited data for $79.99 (Everything Data 450 for $69.99/month and Premium Data for $10.00/month). New activation includes a new individual account or a new family account. The promotion does not include upgrades or contract extensions. For upgrading an existing line of service, prices may vary. See frequently asked questions for more details about ordering on AmazonWireless. Offer valid between midnight PDT April 20, 2012, through 11:59 p.m. PDT April 30, 2012, while supplies last.
Samsung Galaxy S II Epic Touch 4G Android Phone, Black
Samsung Galaxy S II Epic Touch 4G Android Phone, White
HTC EVO Design 4G Android Phone
HTC EVO 3D 4G Android Phone, Black
Samsung Epic 4G Android Phone
HTC EVO 3D 4G Android Phone, Plum
Samsung Nexus S 4G Android Phone
Saw this overnight while checking upgrade prices. My area is slated for the second group of LTE installations, so i won't have the need for an LTE phone until it's almost upgrade time again. That being said, if you've been considering the transfer to Sprint (My wife's employer offers a discount - only reason we're still with them) and you're A) in one of the 4g WiMax areas or B) just need a super quick Android phone, I don't know if you'll be able to find a better penny phone than the Galaxy SII Epic 4g Touch.
Last edited by ltrain23; 04-20-2012 at 10:18 AM..
Reason: Premature submission
I'd wait until Thanksgiving week when Amazon puts all smartphones at 1 cent like they did last year...
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Its back-ordered but you can still get it for a penny now before the deal ends. You should note the Viper got a pretty poor review from engadget[engadget.com], in comparison to the galaxy nexus which has always had positive reviews
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