The Galaxy S4 will be first available on T-Mobile on April 24. Sprint will get it on April 27 and AT&T will launch the new Samsung flagship phone on April 30. Carriers are selling the Galaxy S4 at different price points. AT&T offers the Galaxy S4 for $199.99 with a 2-yr contract. If you order the Galaxy S4 through Walmart you save $31.99.
To secure the Galaxy S 4 on Walmart customers need to follow the following steps:
1. Purchase a $25 pre-order card which comes with a free $4.99 VUDU credit.
2. Wait for a Walmart associate to call when the phone arrives in the store. Inventory of the Galaxy S 4 is not guaranteed on launch date. The fulfillment of pre-orders will be processed on a first come, first serve basis, which is subject to manufacturer availability and carrier launch dates.
3. Activate the phone with a T-Mobile®, AT&T® or Sprint® service. The $25 pre-order gift card will then be available to use like a gift card on any purchase the customer chooses.
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