Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket Drops Price At Amazon
Though AT&T has some phones and tablets, it doesn’t have a broad range of devices on its 4G LTE network. Now the company is planning to launch a big bunch of LTE devices in 2012 like the Samsung Galaxy Note and the Nokia Lumia 900. On other side, Amazon currently has a deal on the carrier’s 4G LTE enabled Galaxy S II, the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket.
While both Amazon and AT&T had been offering the price of Galaxy S II Skyrocket at $199.99, now Amazon dropped the price down $60 and now the device falls to $140. Surely it is worth to hurry!
Amazon is coming with some offers for the individual plan and family plan customer’s. The discount offer is also available for those who have an individual plan on AT&T and want to upgrade it. For the upgrade of the family plan consumers, they have to pinch their pockets for $209.
Before you are going to get the Galaxy S2 Skyrocket, mind one thing. AT&T has currently spread it’s network only in 30 markets in the United States. Because the Skyrocket is a 4G LTE network device, and in case if you don’t have the 4g LTE in your city, you have no other way than to put your device under the bed until the AT&T’s HSPA+ network arrives. We hope you will get it as soon as possible as AT&T is working hard to spread it’s network within a short period.
The Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket is a solid phone with data speeds that can reach up to 10 times faster than normal 3G and probably the best smartphone to have.
Because the offer is so hot not to resist, don’t miss the Galaxy S II with a price drop at Amazon available from here.