Last week a purported internal document from RadioShack showed the possibility that the electronics retailer would start selling the Samsung Galaxy S4 with an AT&T contract from April 26th. This has turned out to be almost true.  According to CNET, RadioShack has confirmed that it will start selling the Samsung Galaxy S4 starting Saturday, April 27.

Samsung’s new flagship phone will be available from RadioShack’s 4,700 or so retail locations and will include free lifetime tech support. Not only will the device be available on AT&T’s network but customers can also opt for Sprint.

AT&T has previously confirmed that the 16GB Galaxy S4 will be available for $199.99 with a new two-year contract from AT&T stores from Saturday and that the 32GB Galaxy S4 model will cost $249.99, also with a new two-year contract.  The device has been available on pre-order and AT&T could start shipping those devices as soon as tomorrow.

To get a 16GB Samsung Galaxy S4 on Sprint will cost $249.99 with a new two-year contract. Although the handset will be more expensive than from AT&T, the contract includes “truly unlimited” data, a feature that the carrier has heavily advertised with every new recent handset launch.

For more information on the Galaxy S4 launch in the USA checkout our launch guide.

Gary Sims
Gary has been a tech writer for over a decade. Prior to that, he had over 10 years of experience as a software engineer.