We have told you that Samsung has some problems with the Galaxy S4 stock due to the high global demand. That’s why the handset will be somehow limited in the first days after it’s launch. It’s the same reason why US carriers like Sprint and T-Mobile have delayed the release date of the Samsung Galaxy S4.
However, there is one little mobile operator that is not experiencing any problems and that could take advantage of the delays of the competition. Yesterday, regional carrier U.S. Cellular has announced that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be available as of April 30, as Cnet relates.
There are only 5 days until then, but those of you who don’t have the patience can still pre-order the smartphone right away as the carrier said that those who pre-order the Galaxy S4 will receive it as of April 26. Besides getting the phone ahead of others, U.S. Cellular has a nice offer, which includes a free S View flip cover for those who pre-order the device. It’s a pretty good deal considering that the cover costs around $60.
The carrier has made the availability details public as well, and you can buy the Galaxy S4 with 16 GB of internal storage for $199.99 with a new two-year plan with the mobile operator and an instant rebate.
There are many different offers when it comes to the Galaxy S4 with all the carriers trying to captivate the customers. Whether they offer the handset at a smaller price or through in a free item, like U.S. Cellular does, the good thing is that you all have many options to choose from. Now, all you have to do is think and choose the carrier that fits you best.
Have you pre-ordered the Samsung Galaxy S4 yet? Which mobile operator do you prefer?