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When it comes to phablets the Samsung Galaxy Note variants are the best ones around and no device or set of devices have managed to dethrone them.
The problem is whenever one of these devices is released, it usually carries a price tag that scares even the most fervent admirers. The latest Galaxy Note 3 came out at a price of $299 on most major carriers in the United States and $349 on Sprint which is a bit too much for a gadget. This is of course on a 2 year contract.
If you’ve always wanted to get a Galaxy Note 3 then there is some great news for you. Following the release or impending release of the Galaxy S5, the price of the Note 3 has dropped. Of course, this is on the web.
Don’t bother going to your network provider and asking why the price hasn’t gone down. Instead you want to go on Amazon and look for the device. Sprint’s version of the phone is now going for $149 on a two year deal.
Despite this price, it is still cheaper than the deal with your network provider. The phone comes in black and white variants and it is best to secure this deal now since we don’t know how long the promotion will last.
Do you think that this is an attractive price for the Galaxy Note 3 and would you upgrade at this price? Please leave us a comment below and we will get back to you.