Galaxy Note II refurbs hit $0.99 as Galaxy S4 looms

March 11, 2013
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Hot on the heels of Samsung's Galaxy S4 announcement and unveiling this week, the folks from AT&T are looking to rid their shelves of a few Galaxy Note II smartphones. For those who love the idea of a 5.5-inch screen or want to save a few bucks AT&T has refurbished Galaxy Note II's on sale for just a buck. More details available below.

This week Samsung will be announcing their new flagship 4.99-inch 1080p FHD Galaxy S4 smartphone, and surely many of you are patiently waiting for the details to arrive. While the phone will be a huge success, not everyone needs the latest and greatest. Especially when you can get the "next big thing" but with a bigger screen and S-Pen stylus for just $0.99 from AT&T.

The Samsung Galaxy Note II brand new from AT&T runs you $299 with a new 2-year contract, so it's certainly not cheap. However, if you'd be comfortable with a factory refurbished model that will only run you one dollar. Yup, I'd say that's one heck of a deal. You'll be getting Samsung's latest and greatest device for nearly free.

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That's incredibly cheap and basically free for Samsung's current highest end smartphone. Offering a 1.6 GHz quad-core processor, an amazing 5.5-inch 720p HD display, 8 megapixel camera and more. Oh and the device is running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean so you're already pretty up to date. We're not sure how long this deal lasts, so you might want to jump on it soon - even if the Galaxy S4 is getting announced on the 14th. Who's buying?

[via AT&T]

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  • buzzra

    If you click the link at the bottom of the story to the AT&T website, they are $199.00.

  • Gibby

    I’m receiving mine today!! 99 Cents

  • http://about.me/ideaman David Elliott Lewis, Ph.D.

    Close to free? Nothing is free with a contract phone. Expect to pay over double what a pre-paid or no contract plan costs – $90 to $110 per month versus $50 to $70 per month.

    Over the course of your two year contract, your “free” phone will cost an additional $1200. All that to receive about $400 in handset discounts.