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Samsung Galaxy S5 vs iPhone 6: Review of Best Cheapest Deals, Release Dates & More

SamsungGalaxyS5Samsung is gearing up for the release of it's latest next big thing the Samsung Galaxy S5 along with accessory smartwatches. We are researched the best deals so far for preordering the GS 5,  we've found $100 bill credits, free activation and big reductions or free Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 tablets (restrictions apply.  Remember, you will always pay the highest price the moment the phone is released. If you wait a few months there will be better offers. For instance Best Buy is selling the Verizon Samsung Galaxy S4 for $49.99 with a contract. If you are waiting to find out if you should wait for the iPhone 6 we took most of the present iPhone 6 rumored specs into account for an iPhone 6 vs Samsung Galaxy S5 comparison.

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U.S. Cellular Black Friday Deals & Beyond: Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Free GS 4 & Free Moto X

FreeSamsugnGalaxyS4bundleOver the holidays and Black Friday U.S. Cellular is offering the "Holiday Bundle Deal," which can total up to $150 in savings depending upon the device.

Black Friday deals include many smartphones for one cent, the Samsung Galaxy S4 mini, Motorola Electrify M, LG Optimus F7 and Kyocera Hydro XTRM. A total of ten devices will be penny.

 See all Black Friday deals for all carriers including MetroPCS, AT&T and more.

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US Cellular Samsung Galaxy S 4 vs S III Price Drop & Presales

U.S. Cellular is joining the Samsung Galaxy S 4 fold with presales starting on April 16, but no release date has been set yet.

The U.S. Cellular Samsung Galaxy S 4 will go on presale the same day as AT&T while T-Mobile stated that the SG S4 will go on sale on May 1.  The presale will be web only, no price has been posted yet.  However unlimited LTE service is $40 a month.

The AT&T Samsung Galaxy S 4 is priced at a premium of $249.99 with a contract. Samsung prices across carriers are usually very similar except for U.S. Cellular that can be higher at first.

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