As the Black Friday 2013 is approaching, prepaid operators are heating up their offerings. Latest one is from Straight Talk. Straight Talk Samsung Galaxy S4 is available now on its website for $599.99. One of the best selling Android smartphones is definitely the biggest competitor to iPhone and now it’s available on one of the most popular prepaid networks.
Even though price tag of $599.99 looks a bit high at the first sight, it is still less than full retail price. Also, keep in mind that all the features of the Samsung Galaxy S4 are there, nothing is downgraded, so the characteristics are exactly the same like on the models of S4 offered by, for example, Verizon or AT&T.
Straight Talk Samsung Galaxy S4 features 4G LTE connectivity, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean platform, 1.9GHz quad-core processor, 5-inch full HD Super AMOLED display, 13-megapixel camera with full 1080p HD video recording and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera for video calling. In addition, it has a 16GB of internal memory and a microSD card slot for expanding memory up to 64GB, Bluetooth, WiFi, battery that provides over 17 hours of talk time, access to over 1,000,000 apps on Google Play and many more useful apps.
Because this model is officially labeled as Samsung Galaxy S4 S970G, it means that it is a GSM-based phone that apparently runs on T-Mobile network. Given this is the case, the Galaxy S4 is the first T-Mobile Android handset released for this carrier. To check availability of the phone in your area, enter a zip code on Straight Talk’s web site.
Samsung Galaxy S4 works with a Straight Talk’s $45 unlimited plan or $60 unlimited international plan. Both plans come with unlimited talk, text and data with 2.5GB of high-speed data while after it, speeds are throttled to 2G until the next billing cycle. International unlimited plan in addition includes 400 minutes of calling mobile numbers in Mexico; unlimited calls to 15 unique international landline numbers per month in 37 countries and international calling to landline and mobile numbers in Canada, China and India.
Source: Phone News