Samsung Galaxy S4 Price Set for $168 at Wal-Mart, Galaxy S3 Retails for $39.88

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    Samsung Galaxy S4
By Vincent Funaro, Christian Post Reporter
April 22, 2013|10:06 am

The Samsung Galaxy S4 price at Wal-Mart is one of the cheapest at $168 with a new 2-year contract.

Those who pre-order the device through the retailer will be able to purchase the Galaxy S4 at this great price. In order to secure the deal, several steps are required.

Customers must first purchase a $25 pre-order card that comes with a free $4.99 VUDU credit. Then they must wait patiently until a Wal-Mart employee calls them to inform them that their phone has arrived in the store. Those who pre-order the Galaxy S4 through the retailer will receive it on a first come, first serve basis, meaning is it not guaranteed.

After receiving the Galaxy S4, the user must activate it using T-Mobile, AT&T or Sprint. The $25 pre-order card will be available to use as a girt card on any purchase.

Walmart also offers the Samsung Galaxy S3 for $39.88 with a new 2-year contract.

Verizon customers will not be able to get their hands on the Samsung Galaxy S4 until May.

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The company tweeted this information last week.

"Samsung Galaxy S4 for Verizon Wireless coming in May. More details soon," read the tweet sent from the company's official page.

A whole slew of new accessories for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S4 have been introduced.

This list of accessories for the smartphone includes the S Band and S View Cover.

The S Band is a stylish wristband that tracks the user's steps, calories, distance and sleep quality. It performs these tasks with the updated S Health 2.0 app found on the Galaxy S4.

The S View Cover is a cover that allows users to see all incoming information through a small window located towards the top. It also allows them to answer calls with a cutout at the earpiece.


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