Mar 12 AT 2:19 PM Edgar Cervantes 14 Comments

Deal: Amazon offering all Sprint 4G devices for $0.01

Sprint 4G

If you have been thinking about making a switch to Sprint’s unlimited data and awesome prices, now might just be the right time to do it. Amazon is holding a special sale this month, offering all Sprint 4G devices for a mere penny.

The offers starts today, and extends until March 26th. You might not want to wait too long before taking advantage of this, though. Those that sign up before the 19th will get their activation fee waived, saving you a cool $36. As expected, this offer is only available for new customers. Upgrades and added lines will add some cash to your device’s price tag.

But if you are near the end of your contract or plan on switching to Sprint, this is a great chance to get a good deal on some of those high-end devices. Options include the Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch (black and white versions), the HTC EVO Design 4G, the HTC EVO 3D, the Samsung Nexus S 4G, the HTC EVO Shift 4G and the Motorola Photon 4G, as well as a bunch of other devices that are not worth getting when all of these bad boys are going for the same price.

If interested, just check out the links below and sign up for your free phone!

Get your free phone

Link: Samsung Galaxy S II Epic Touch 4G
Link: Samsung Galaxy S II Epic Touch 4G (White)
Link: Samsung Nexus S 4G
Link: HTC EVO 3D
Link: HTC EVO Shift 4G
Link: HTC EVO Design 4G
Link: Motorola Photon 4G

Via: Gizmodo

Hello, I am Edgar Cervantes. I am an avid Android fan, and keeping myself updated on the topic is part of my daily life. I will always work hard to give the best of me to our community of Android enthusiasts, and I am very honored to be part of this ship. Hopefully we can all enjoy sharing our knowledge and opinions!

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  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    Sprint “4G” devices…. Lol Someone is trying to clear out inventory for some LTE Goodness!

    • steve

      Lte is junk. Sprint 4g twice as fast and reliable. Sprint only true 4g network.

  • Derek Aitken

    The death of WIMax…

    • jonathan3579

      The death of WiMAX couldn’t have come soon enough.

  • spazby

    yea, just wait for LTE if you want sprint…

    • honourbound68

      except that the rollout might take up to 2 years for some of their customers to get LTE…

      so in the meantime, why shoot the wimax horse before it finishes the race (even if it comes in last)? i feel bad for my former sprint brethren who may not know when LTE will get to them and may have to purchase a Wimax device to bridge the gap before LTE

  • Joel

    Now the only question is do I want a GS2 in white…or black…decisions decisions.

    • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

      NO!… You want a phone with 4G LTE Goodness! . . . Not a Wimax Device.

      • Joel

        True you have a point – but both LTE and Wimax are crappy in my area (Fort Lauderdale, FL) Seconds difference in speed isnt my concern now

        Couple reasons why im hopping on Sprint (again)

        1.) Unlimited Data
        2.) GS2 getting ICS soon
        3.) That sexy Exynos :P
        4.) $0.01 is as good as it gets for me.
        5.) Wimax/LTE…in my area…both are way better than what im currently on (Metro)
        6.) And the most important one – The Wife lol.

        • sunrise

          Don’t do it. The data speeds on Sprint are like 2G. Doesn’t matter if it’s unlimited if all you get is 200kbps.

          If you are tight on cash, shop around and go with T-Mobile. Check out Costco, Sam’s Club, Amazon, etc…for a good deal on a T-mobile phone.

          Costco even lets you purchase a phone online without having to be a member. Sam’s club often has phones for 99 cents including the SGS2.

          Trust me, shop around. Don’t sign a 2 yr contract with Sprint until they get LTE.

  • spintrex

    It’s days like these that makes me regret impulse buying when products come out… $150 for SII compared to a penny… At least I can look forward to ending my contract if Sprint decides to put a data cap

  • txbluesman

    They know LTE is coming and want to clear out those WiMax devices from their warehouses…LOL!

  • Josh Greene

    I just tried to upgrade a phone on my plan and it show $149.99 not $.01, it looks to be only for new customers or adding a line not upgrades. It does show the $36.00 activation fee is free.