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[Deal] 1SaleADay Hosting Galaxy Flash Sale: Galaxy S4 Unlocked for $599, Galaxy Note 2 for $499, and Galaxy S3 for $409

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Daily deal site 1SaleADay is currently hosting a flash sale on a number of smartphones, three of which are Samsung’s latest flagship devices including the Galaxy S4. But if the newest from Samsung isn’t on your radar, they also have the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2 at decent prices. All of the phones being sold are unlocked and likely compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile, though the supported frequencies are surprisingly unlisted. 

The Galaxy S4 with 16GB of storage can be had for $599, which is at least $50 cheaper than you will find at most unlocked phone resellers. The Galaxy Note 2 is available for $499, while the Galaxy S3 drops in at $409. Again, all phones are unlocked, come in retail packaging, and are brand new.

In order to access the flash sale, you will have to register an account with 1SaleAday – apologies.

Via:  1SaleADay

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  • JamJamBoom

    Anyone know if this is the i9500 or i9505?

  • sik22

    Rakuten.com has it for $596.99 with 30% cash back on Rakuten. That equals to $179. So your total would be $418. Put in code code “SUMMER” to get 30%

    http://www.rakuten.com/prod/samsung-galaxy-s4-iv-gt-i9500-android-4-2-s-4-16gb-white-unlocked-gsm/q/sellerid/25969172/250102487.html

    • Siebs

      30% is back in points only, not a cash discount

      • max

        can you use the points on other things

        • Siebs

          From what I understand, they can be used on purchases @ ratuken.com. Still not a cash discount, you’re still paying $596 out of pocket.

      • sik22

        I bought this yesterday. You get $179 to spend on anything on Rakuten.

  • hexodat64

    These things just frustrate me with Verizon. But every time I consider jumping to AT&T I remember how nice it is to just go places with my unlimited data and not worry about coverage. It just works. I’m sure AT&T will be a viable option at some point as far as coverage everywhere, but by that time, hopefully Verizon will have or be close to VoLTE and we won’t have to deal with these issues as far as CDMA compatibility

    • https://www.facebook.com/aaron.williams.125 Champion1229

      Verizon and AT&T are almost identical price wise so its kinda hard to justify paying the same price every month for a more congested, slower network that has less coverage!

  • VZWuser

    Dammit wish it was Verizon compatible

    • Teng Taing

      that comment is coming up more and more frequently nowadays….. I need to get off VZW but im still grandfathered in unlimited.

      • Joseph J Pfister

        as is this comment. :)

        • Teng Taing

          glad someone saw what i did there =)

      • T4rd

        In the next few years as Verizon transitions off of CDMA and onto LTE/GSM, I’m hoping we will have the option of putting unlocked phones onto Verizon.
        I read that as part of obtaining the 700 Mhz spectrum, the FCC mandated that Verizon can not restrict that phones connect to the network or throttle the connection on that frequency. Now I’m not sure how that’s going to affect the rest of the network though as there’s different LTE requencies that Verizon uses and I’m not sure if those have the same stipulations or not.

        • noc007

          They’ve already violated that agreement. They got fined a little over $1mil by the FCC. I don’t think their accounting dept. noticed.

      • mcdonsco

        Ditto…if they ever duly ditch unlimited that’s when I’ll leave. But just got the note 2 yesterday (after trying out the s4) and got it for $450 rather than $700 by doing a $10/month additional line…I know the note 3 is out in a few months but I change phones every 6 months or so anyway.

      • noc007

        Sell your unlimited account via Assumption of Liability. Regardless of what the VZW reps tell you, it’s possible to port your number out, assign a new number, and the account not be canceled.

      • Kenny Larson

        I’ve got unlimited on prepaid. Never been throttled. Not once.

        • Detonation

          4G? I thought prepaid was only 3G.

          • Kenny Larson

            The difference between HSPA+ and 4g is negligible.

          • Detonation

            Oh, you’re not on Verizon. I thought you had vzw prepaid unlimited lte. Now that would be something.