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50% OFF Samsung Galaxy Phones + More Contract-Free Phones!

Posted on Monday, November 30th, 2015 at 9:36 am
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Is a new phone on your holiday shopping list? Today is Cyber Monday and it’s a great day to pick up your new smart phone!

Head on over HERE to Cricket Wireless for contract-free phones and these HOT deals, plus get a $100 gift card when you activate new service before December 6th!

50% Off Galaxy Phones (11/30 – 12/3)

Galaxy S4 $99.99
Galaxy S5 $199.99
Galaxy S6 $249.99

More Phones:

LG G Stylo (LTE) $99.99 after $50 MIB
Samsung Grand Prime (LTE) $49.99 after $50 MIB
LG Risio (LTE) FREE after $50 MIB
HTC Desire 626 (LTE) $129.99
HTC Desire 520 (LTE) $79.99
Moto E (LTE) FREE after $50 MIB
ZTE Overture 2 (LTE) FREE after $40 MIB
Nokia 635 (LTE) FREE after $20 MIB
ZTE Sonata 2 (4G) FREE after $30 MIB

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