Apr 20 AT 11:00 AM Anthony Domanico 8 Comments

Deal: Amazon selling all Sprint phones for a penny


Amazon Wireless is running a deal for you Sprint customers looking for an upgrade. All of Sprint’s Android phones are on sale at Amazon for $0.01 with a new two-year agreement. Sure, you won’t be able to get your hands on the Galaxy Nexus or LG Viper LTE devices, but you can get your hands on the likes of the Epic 4G Touch on the cheap.

While we can’t say it’s a good time to be in the market for a Sprint device before this Sunday, if you’ve been holding out for one of Sprint’s current devices, you can’t beat a penny. The deal runs through April 30th, so hopefully we’ll see them sneak in the Galaxy Nexus and LG Viper.

Source: Amazon Wireless

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  • Max

    It’s $0.01 for a new contract only. 149.99 for an upgrade to an existing contract and 89.99 to add as an additional line on an existing contract.

    • Shawn Flanagan

      I was about to say the same thing. The penny price isn’t valid for existing Sprint customers.

  • Alan Reboli

    The only bad part the current phones available are WiMax phones.. who knows how long they’ll keep that up and stable. I would hold off and get an LTE phone anyway. Better on battery life, better on speed.

    • Steve Barry

      WiMax will be supported through 2015, it’s not going away, they’re just not expanding it at all.

  • Mike Jones

    Another +1 for this only being for new customers. Thanks for wasting my time with incorrect information.

  • Nathan D.

    T-Mobile never gets these deals :-(

  • spazby

    gotta love amazon and their prices

  • matt everett

    I get this deal on black Friday..if your an existing just add a line then cancel your old line.. this is if your eligible for an upgrade..you might have to get a new number (they were able to port mine at the time)..but do this first – call sprint and amazon and verify that you can do this beforehand, and have sprint document it on your file…