T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S2 contract-less Walmart sale
With all the fuss made about the Samsung Galaxy S3 (S III) release you could be forgiven for thinking that the >Galaxy S2’s (S II) days are over but we shouldn’t forget this is still an impressive handset and was cutting edge with top-notch specs when it was released last year. With this in mind we thought some readers may be interested in a current deal for the T-Mobile Galaxy S2 as it’s now available with no annual contract from Walmart at a very acceptable price.
Walmart now has a sale price of only $299 for the T-Mobile version of the Galaxy S2 although buyers do need to add on a no-annual contract plan starting from $30. However you can discontinue this plan whenever you choose and bearing in mind the fact that T-Mobile is currently selling its Galaxy S2 at an outright price of $550 the Walmart offer sounds like an excellent deal. This Walmart price is a national retail exclusive and the T-Mobile Monthly4G no annual contract plan at $30 offers you unlimited Web, (first 5GB up to 4G speeds), 100 minutes of talk and charges of 10 cents per minute after the first 100 minutes and also unlimited texts.
The T-Mobile Monthly4G plans require no credit checks or deposit and no annual contract so you could be swayed to the idea of a prepaid plan. You can read more about this at the official press release on Engadget here. Specs of the T-Mobile Galaxy S2 include a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 4.5-inch WVGA Super AMOLED Plus display, 1GB of RAM, 8-megapixel rear camera and 2-megapixel front-facer, 3.5mm headphone jack, microUSB port, Bluetooth 3.0, WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n and an 1850mAh battery. Dimensions are 9.4mm-11.5mm x 69mm x 130mm and it weighs 138g according to this review. It runs on Android Gingerbread skinned with Samsung’s TouchWiz.
The Walmart deal on the T-Mobile Galaxy S2 offer is available through retail stores and online at walmart.com. We’d like to hear your thoughts on this offer price of $299 for a phone that was all the rage only a year ago. Will you be tempted by this deal? Send your comments to let us know.