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Straight Talk Samsung Galaxy S3 w/Bonus $100 Walmart Gift Card Value Bundle $399

BlakeZ 252 40 February 2, 2014 at 10:28 AM in Gift Card (4) More Walmart Deals
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Last Edited by BlakeZ February 2, 2014 at 11:01 AM
I haven't been keeping track of Galaxy S3 pricing, but I thought this might interest some people.

STSAS968CWTPWP model that runs on the Verizon network

In this Straight Talk Samsung Galaxy S3 w/Bonus $100 Walmart Gift Card Value Bundle:

Straight Talk Samsung Galaxy S3 Prepaid Cell Phone, White
Basic Blue Walmart Gift Card

4.8" Super AMOLED touchscreen
It runs on Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean)
WiFi connectivity
8MP camera
Talk time: up to 8 hours
Includes 4GB microSD card
Compatible only with Straight Talk $45/30-Day Unlimited or $60/30-Day Unlimited International service plans.


Around the same price as the moto x(coupon deal) if you factor in the gift card.







http://www.walmart.com/ip/Straigh...e/30135930
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The T-Mobile version is $299 [walmart.com](it can be unlocked to work on ATT). No need to waste an extra $100 buying a Walmart Gift Card.

You can also find it cheaper on Swappa if you don't mind second-hand devices.

$400 is too much for this phone in 2014, you can get a Galaxy S4 for that price.
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Last edited by DrRad February 2, 2014 at 10:37 AM
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The T-Mobile version is $299 [walmart.com](it can be unlocked to work on ATT). No need to waste an extra $100 buying a Walmart Gift Card.

You can also find it cheaper on Swappa if you don't mind second-hand devices.

$400 is too much for this phone in 2014, you can get a Galaxy S4 for that price.
Most people will spend 100 at walmart easily in one month. It's not like the gift card is worthless Stick Out Tongue
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it runs on sprint towers,if you don't like sprint,


don't use auto bill the double charge you

not really 4g

TracFone brands include Straight Talk and Net 10.

not unlimited

http://consumerist.com/2013/07/30...ata-plans/
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Quote from samsaspa View Post :
it runs on sprint towers,if you don't like sprint,
Straight Talk offers a version of this phone on Sprint, however model #STSAS968CWTPWP is the Verizon model. Source: I bought this last month when it came with a $50 gift card.

It is 3G only. I have found that working 3G on Verizon is much better than the spotty 4G experience I was getting with Sprint.

It is also limited to Verizon's network. No roaming onto other carrier's networks. My coverage has still been better with this phone than my previous contract.

I haven't noticed any other downsides.
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Most people will spend 100 at walmart easily in one month. It's not like the gift card is worthless Stick Out Tongue
but why get a phone that will be locked instead of a phone from tmo for a cheaper price that can be unlocked?
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but why get a phone that will be locked instead of a phone from tmo for a cheaper price that can be unlocked?
Because it's a tmo phone. For most people, the verizon network provides much better coverage than tmo, imho. And you can't use the tmo phone on the verizon network even if it is unlocked.
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