Samsung’s flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 4 phablet is debuting on sale across the global markets this month. The device is hitting the United States market next week and the leading carriers in the region are already taking pre-orders for the phablet.
One such carrier is Sprint that had one of the higher pre-order prices of $350, but now it appears like the carrier has made up its mind to cut off the pre-order pricing to $300 in order to be on par with its rivals AT&T and Verizon.
As of now, Sprint has not revealed what it will do to those consumers who have already booked the Galaxy Note 4 for $350, but hopefully. The Galaxy Note 4 can also be avaled for $0 down payment and by paying $30 a month for a period of 24 months from Sprint. This is similar to T-Mobile’s Uncarrier plan in which users need not pay any down payment and $31.24 for 24 months. On the other hand, Verizon is charging $35 per month for 20 months via its Edge plan that is similar to AT&T Next plan charging $34.42 a month for 24 months.