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If you've finally decided that pre-ordering Sprint's variant of the Galaxy S4 is the right move for your mobile life, you're in for a less-than-ideal surprise: it's already sold out directly from The Now Network. Sadface.

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But before you get too sad, we've some good news: it's now available for pre-order from Amazon Wireless! Happyface. You'll find that AW has the same pricing structure as Sprint, so it'll set you back $150 if you're switching networks, and $250 if you're simply upgrading. Alternatively, you can grab it contract-free for $700, which really isn't a bad price in itself.

The device is expected to hit Sprint's shelves on April 27th, which is the same day Amazon should begin shipping pre-order units. The purchase price includes free two-day shipping, so it'll be in your hands before you know it. Hit the link below to buy.

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  • Wilfredo Alarcon

    don't you have to be eligible to upgrade though?

    • Steve Green

      Not if you pay the full $700.

      • Wilfredo Alarcon

        yeah. *SIGH*

  • chris125

    This is going to sell a ton. They took everything good about the s3 and made it better. People just like to hate because it doesn't look much different than the s3

    • http://googleplus.VoluntaryMan.com/ William Thieme

      I just like to hate it because it's gonna be all creaky and has those awful hardware buttons. I don't care what my phone looks like.

  • RaptorOO7

    So how many did each carrier in the US actually get for their launches? Each of them must have had significant quantities, but I am sure others will come along and say they had a small qty each.

  • http://www.facebook.com/kaushal.shah.50746 Kaushal Shah
  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Matteo-Rodrigo/1340430528 Matteo Rodrigo

    In what cities does sprint have good coverage and decent LTE speeds. Atlanta is supposedly an LTE city yet the local store still can't access it

    • Biggie

      I'm in Chicago and I have really good LTE speeds

  • 8MGarcia7

    Or you can go to the Sprint store and Pre-Order there. Thats what I did as soon as I seeing that they were out of stock.