T-Mobile Drops The Price On Samsung Note 3, Galaxy S5 Along With The LG G3

As with the release of all flagship devices, when one comes out the last flagship becomes cheaper. This is a fact of life these days. Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 is no different. With the device due imminently for release we are now seeing the cost of Samsung's Note 3 starting to drop. T-Mobile is the latest to drop the price. At present the Note 3 is now available via T-Mobile for $516.96 off-contract. This (according to T-Mobile) is $100 saving off of their previous $616 price. If you don't want to pay so much upfront then you can get the Note 3 with $0 down on a two year contract. The cost of this will be $21.54 per month, in addition to your call plan of course.

If the Note 3 is not your thing then it might be worth noting T-Mobile also have the Samsung Galaxy S5 on sale too. The drop price is not as significant as the Note 3 with the S5 only lowering by $50. Now you can pick up the device for $609.60 down from $660. Again, if you don't want to lay out so much then the S5 is available on a two year contract with $0 and a monthly payment of $25.40. Lastly, the LG G3 has also dropped in price with T-Mobile. Well, to be accurate the device has not actually dropped in price and is still listed at the $598.80 full retail price. However on the T-Mobile listing for the G3 they are advertising a Promo code which knocks $48 off the price of the device. To claim just enter "G3DEAL" during check-out. Although this is the least of the savings on offer the G3DEAL promo also does include a free LG Quick Circle Folio case. This is the case with a circular cut-out allowing for quick app widget control. The case retails for $49.99 on its own so combined with the $48 off of the device you can save almost $100 with this G3 deal.

So there you go. With the upcoming releases of the new flagships like The Note 4 and Xperia Z3 it seems T-Mobile are doing a little spring (or Autumn) cleaning. Any of these prices attract you or do you have your hearts (and wallets) firmly set on one of the newer devices?

 

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