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Last Updated: June 9th, 2013

So here's something we're not used to hearing: Dell's got some pretty good deals going for phones right now. Verizon's Galaxy S4 is only $129 for new customers ($160 for upgrades), Sprint's version is $119 for new customers, and both come with a $50 Dell eGift card.

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The deals don't end there, either – all versions of the GS4 come with a $50 eGift card, even if they haven't knocked a bundle off the price. There are a few other decent offers floating around on Dell's site, as well – like Verizon's Note II for $129 with a $35 credit (which presumably covers the cost of activation), among others. To check out the full list of phones, head to the source link below.

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Cameron Summerson
Cameron is a self-made geek, Android enthusiast, horror movie fanatic, musician, and cyclist. When he's not pounding keys here at AP, you can find him spending time with his wife and kids, plucking away on the 6-string, spinning on the streets, or watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on repeat.

  • Kevin Kintner

    Thanks for the heads up, I was about to order 2 more VZW Galaxy S4s from Amazon when I saw this. I bought 2 from Amazon earlier this week, this saved me another $100 between the 2 additional phones.

    • neopanther

      ...and Kevin if you believe that you're really going to regret it when you see what this clown is trying to talk you into buying. Why would you believe a statement like that made by an obvious troll? Click on his name and you'll see he pasted this comment word for word in numerous forums. All he does is run from forum to forum blabbing about Nokia and Apple.

      • Transflux

        His comment wasn't a reply to the troll, it was referring to the article.

        • neopanther

          Oh yeah. I see that now. Thanks man.

  • xxd

    Frankly,

    this phone won't make it.

    All android phone have an inherent flaw - its malware

    99% mobile viruses and other mobile malware comes for android.

    This is funny if you consider, that traditionally android comes from linux which was thought to be very secure.

    I'd like to cite a report:

    "Security firm McAfee warns that Google’s mobile operating system is being targeted by hackers more than any other platform.Android accounts for nearly all mobile malware and more than 14,000 threats have been discovered in the first three months of 2013 alone."
    My advice ... if you are not 10 years old and have nothing to lose, better switch to Iphone or Nokia Lumia before you get a 5000 dolar bill for expensive sms or your bank account gets cleaned...

    • neopanther

      xxd Get your trolling ass out of here. I've had nearly a dozen android devices and haven't got any viruses. You know damn well the iphone is on it's way out. The only reason you posted here is to stir up an argument. Coming into an android forum simply to make an inaccurate and inane comment. Since you are good at pretending you know a lot about it why don't you explain what a person has to do to get such a virus? Why are you even in here?

      • Sleerts

        He's a Nokia troll, Windows based POS

      • xxd

        To get a virus on android all you need to do is to download an infected app from the gogle play app store which is not checking the app for malware when they get to the tstore.
        It is well known that Microsoft and apple check every app before they allow it to their app store. Google does not check
        I do not kno why, but it is the reason there is so much malware for android
        and for the numbers - 90%+ is what you can find on the net
        nothing wrong here

        • neopanther

          Beat it troll. According to your logic everyone who buys this phone is going to get virus. Not true.

          • xxd

            Of course not everyone is going to get a virus.

            This is not what I've written.

            Actually, only a minority will get a virus.

            Still, the risk of getting a virus is some 20x Times higher using android, than using windows or ios.

            And if you get a virus, it may cost you a lot of money.

            Welcome to the new world where your phone acceses your bank account and sends expensive sms without you knowing it.

            best regards

            TS

      • xxd

        Why would you need a dozen android devices since 2009 ?

        That makes 3 devices a year ?!?

        • neopanther

          Why are you still talking? There are a wide variety of phones released on android. I buy more than one at a time because I like checking out everything that comes out when they do. The same way no real sports fan watches the games of their favorite sports team only. When it comes to phones I like to be familiar with almost everything that comes out. I never have only one phone at a time. You desperately were looking for me to say that I've had constant issues with them. Wrong again. Now will you please go away?

          • xxd

            No, I was not looking for you to say that you've had constant issues with the phone.

            Your aggressivity is misplaced.

  • Jerkob

    When does this start and where can i see the deal for myself?

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