Sprint has been struggling as of late, rarely releasing new devices due to its upcoming LTE network. It still has that WiMax network up and running, but its days are limited. While WiMax may be old news, Amazon Wireless is now offering up a great deal for anyone who would be willing to fork over two wireless years in exchange for a near-free phone. All 4G phones are on sale from Amazon Wireless, something not seen very often.
The reason we’re reporting this is the fact that all of Sprint’s 4G phones run Android, and we’re big fans of everything Android. This includes the Samsung Epic 4G Touch, Motorola Photon 4G and HTC EVO 3D. All are high-end phones, and for a penny, why not? If we had to pick, we’d go for the Epic 4G Touch, due to the large 4.5-inch display and blazing Exynos processor. It should be noted that to take advantage of the offer, a new contract must be signed, so customers with an upgrade can move along.
While we were snooping around Amazon Wireless we also came across another great deal, this time from AT&T. The Samsung Galaxy S II can be had for only $50, a great price for a phone that went for $199 not too long ago. It may not run on AT&T’s new LTE network, but HSPA+ should be sufficient for most. This deal applies to both new and upgrading customers. Hit the Amazon source links to grab the deals now, and be sure to let us know what your next phone will be in the comments below.