AT&T previously announced it would sell the Samsung Galaxy S 4 for $249.99 with contract. But which model is that? Turns out it’s a 32 GB version, while a 16 GB edition can be had for $199.99 with contract.


When AT&T announced its Galaxy S 4 contract pricing, I wondered which version of the phone it would be selling. Samsung has said that the Galaxy S 4 will be available in 16, 32 and 64 GB models; all of which can be expanded through a memory card. I asked AT&T which model consumers would get for $249.99 with contract and just received an email reply, which is also shown on the company’s blog.

Per AT&T:  “The 32GB model will be $249.99 with a two-year commitment and the 16GB model will be $199.99 with a two-year commitment.”

That pricing makes sense, given that the carrier is also offering a 32 GB version of the HTC One smartphone for $199.99 with contract. Both the One and Galaxy S 4 have similar hardware components, but as I mentioned earlier today on our weekly podcast, the HTC One doesn’t offer expandable storage as it has no micro SD card slot.

  1. If AT&T does not offer the 64GB version, I will be moving carriers. There is no reason to limit your customer base so severely like that. With all of the different media formats, I cannot fathom why LESS storage would be more desirable…

    1. I would need to get a HUGE storage card then…

  2. Stephen Jones Sunday, April 14, 2013

    What will be the no contract price for the different versions?


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