US Cellular offers the small-sized Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini for only $50 on a contract
US Cellular also offers the handset for $500 without a service agreement included
There are so many options to buy a Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini in the US, as recently Verizon and Sprint brought the little smartphone to their stores. Few days ago we announced that the device arrived to Verizon for $399.99 without a contract or for $99.99 first payment followed by a two-year plan that requires $16.81 payment per month.
It appears now US Cellular is not going to stay behind other US carriers and today the mini handset arrived in its stores as well. As crazy as it sounds, the carrier offers the small-sized Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini for only $50 on a contract. Of course, you will have to be tied to the carrier for the next two years, but it’s a good plan in case you’re short on cash and you need a new phone. Either way, there’s another option, that (if you ask me) I wouldn’t recommend. US Cellular also offers the handset for $500 without a service agreement included. Compared to Verizon’s offer, however, buying the device from US Cellular on the spot isn’t such a great idea. So if you’re certain you want your Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini from US Cellular, stick to the contract plan.
Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini has a lot to offer to Samsung fans with its beautiful design and great for its size specs. It offers a 4.3-inch screen with 960×540 pixels resolution along with a front-facing 1.9-megapixel camera and rear-facing 8-megapixel one. It runs Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean in addition to Samsung’s exclusive software and TouchWiz UI and operates with a dual-core processor coated at 1.7GHz with 1.5GB of RAM. The internal storage is set for 8GB. Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini is more up to date compared to its other little sibling Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini, and it’s also considered to be a low-end device that won’t break your bank account. It does everything that other smartphones do and if you’re not necessarily about buying the latest and most powerful models, this handset will serve you just fine.
Source: Next Power Up