Certified Like-New Samsung Galaxy S4 on sale through AT&T for just $29.99

August 14, 2013
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    Galaxy S4

    The Samsung Galaxy S4 is not only one of the best-selling handsets of the year, it is also one of the most impressive in terms of raw power and unique special features. If you’ve been craving the Next Big Thing but can’t afford to lay down $199.99, AT&T has a deal for you.

    We’ve already seen some pretty great offers from carriers like Sprint, but AT&T’s new offer takes the cake: the 16GB version of the GS4 for just $29.99 with a two-year contract. Both new and existing customers are eligible for this deal, and you can choose between the Black Mist or White Frost model.

    That’s a heck of a deal, so what’s the catch? As AT&T puts it, the device is “certified like-new”, which is just a fancy way to say the handset is refurbished.

    Don’t let that turn you off though! AT&T assures that all of their “certified like-new” devices were properly serviced and passed an inspection. Additionally, at least a 90-day warranty is issued on all AT&T refurbished devices to give customers extra piece of mind.

    So how about it, anyone planning on getting in on this offer? If you still aren’t sure if the GS4 is right for you, check out our full review or hit up the video above.

    Comments

    • Bone

      Not a problem with full warranty. Great deal!

      • Jason Yuen

        Like other refurbished goods, it’s probably not full warranty. Instead they give you a 90 day warranty. On the other hand, most refurbished phones are really phones that work perfectly fine but a customer didn’t like the phone and returned it. They can’t resell it as “new” so it’s “refurbished”. Certain credit cards have a perk associated with purchases made on those cards. Mine for example tacks on a 1 year warranty to any electronic device you buy with the card. This makes refurbished goods very appealing.

    • urban

      how long will this deal last? I’m probably going to order the phone tomorrow. Do you think the offer will still be valid then?

    • songti

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    • TheHouse81

      It’s already gone, they have it now for 149.99. I hesitated, CURSE YOU AT&T!

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