Deal: Galaxy S5 Just $99.99 on Sprint from Amazon


Despite all of the initial distaste that a lot of users showed towards Samsung's Galaxy S5, the reviews have been fairly positive and when we reviewed Samsung's latest and greatest, we found a lot to love in Samsung's latest flagship effort. Of course, there's always room for improvement, but the Galaxy S5 is another quality device from Samsung and as with previous models, it's available on all the major carriers in the US. Which means it's also available online from Amazon, which is perhaps the easiest way to purchase smartphones these days.

Following on from their previous sale of the Verizon variant, Amazon has the Sprint Galaxy S5 on sale for just $99.99 with a two-year contract. This is for new contracts of course, but those wishing to buy the phone outright still can at $699.99. For a penny under $100, the Galaxy S5 is a great buy and if you like Sprint's service in your area, then this could be a good opportunity to get your hands on one of the best smartphones on the market right now.

It doesn't look like the deal is valid on Sprint's own website, which could be annoying for some but buying off of Amazon is pretty straightforward and speedy. Those looking to get their hands on the device should move quickly though, as we doubt the deal will be around for ever and in case you haven't noticed, Samsung's latest is pretty popular.

The Galaxy S5 is available on Sprint from Amazon here.

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