Those in the market for a new smartphone, and particularly one with a massive display, may not want to look any further than the deal that AT&T has going on right now for its Samsung Galaxy Note 2, and more specifically, its refurbished Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2, which has been out on shelves for more than a few months now, hasn’t been a stranger to price drops. We’ve seen third party retailers like Amazon offer it up with some amazing discounts attached. What we haven’t seen though are significant price cuts through the carriers that offer up the Galaxy Note 2.
Today though, AT&T has dropped the price of its Galaxy Note 2 down quite a bit in an offer that potential smartphone buyers may want to take a close look at. The deal is for a refurbished Galaxy Note 2, which means that it has been owned in the past but has been ensured to look and work properly. That said, the carrier will be charging $10 for the privilege of owning the device in an offer that can only be found on the web.
This is a significant discount from the regular price of the Galaxy Note 2 which currently costs $299.99 on-contract and will likely not see a price drop until the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 becomes imminent.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 of course isn’t expected to arrive until September which means that this discounted price might be the cheapest the Galaxy Note 2 will get through AT&T for quite some time.
The refurbished Galaxy Note 2 will be the exact same device as the brand new Galaxy Note 2 which means that it will come with a bundled S Pen and will also feature a large 5.5-inch HD display, quad-core processor, 8MP camera, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and more. It’s one of the best Android smartphones on the market and it’s one that all shoppers, not just those looking for discounts, should have on their shopping list.
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