T-Mobile USA Ships Samsung's Galaxy S 4G: $199.99 On Contract

T-Mobile USA customers have been waiting for months on end for a "4G" (with "4G" meaning HSPA+ here) version of the Galaxy S, and now they have it. This week, Samsung's Galaxy S 4G has gone on sale at T-Mobile, making it one of what feels like a million variants of this very phone. Samsung has sold well over 10 million of these worldwide, and they've been pretty smart with the marketing. Different versions for different carriers means a lot more sales, and if you're loyal to T-Mobile, they may be clocking in one extra sale.

The phone's available now for $199.99 with a 2-year contract, but here's the real question: are you holding out for something better now that Gingerbread's rolling out to the Nexus S and Honeycomb can't be far behind?
Via:  T-Mobile USA
LLeCompte 3 years ago

the phone is nice if you are upgrading, but it isnt worth it if you already have a vibrant and or smartphone. Its a fast phone process wise, but the 4g radio is hit or miss. My mytouch 4g was beating it out when i speed tested both of them.

digitaldd 3 years ago

$200 is pricey to be getting a smart-phone on a 2year contract IMHO. I thought Ice-Cream was the next phone specific O/S coming Honeycomb is tablet enhanced.

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