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Verizon Galaxy S4 32GB Arrives Tomorrow, But It’ll Cost



Several weeks ago, we reported that the Verizon would be launching a Samsung Galaxy S4 32GB at some point in the future though at the time we didn’t know when and Verizon refused to say. Now, we have a release date and a price as the Verizon Galaxy S4 32GB will arrive tomorrow for a whopping $300 on-contract.

For weeks, ever since we exclusively reported that Verizon would be launching a Galaxy S4 32GB, consumers have been waiting for the release date and pricing to emerge. Today, Verizon finally confirmed the details for that device, announcing that the Verizon Galaxy S4 32GB will be coming to shelves tomorrow and will cost $100 more than the Galaxy S4 16GB.

The Verizon Galaxy S4 32GB arrives tomorrow.

The Verizon Galaxy S4 32GB arrives tomorrow.

Unlike AT&T, which charges $250 for the Galaxy S4 32GB, Verizon will be charging $300 on-contract for the privilege of owning the Galaxy S4 with more internal storage space. Of course, for those that have been waiting or those that desperately need the space, the extra $100 might be worth it. However, for most people, a $100 is going to be quite the hike.

At the very least, Verizon says that the device will be shipping to consumers soon, as it has pegged it with a July 3rd ship by date meaning users may get the device shortly before or after the July 4th holiday.

Obviously, this is big news for those looking to buy a new smartphone especially those looking for one on Verizon and one with a ton of storage. With 32GB of internal storage and up to 64GB of space on the microSD card, the Verizon Galaxy S4 32GB can support up to 96GB of storage which can also be helped by the cloud.

It joins the 16GB model though we don’t expect Verizon to cave any further and offer a 64GB Galaxy S4. What this means for other carriers not called AT&T and Verizon is unclear though the other carriers, Sprint, T-Mobile and U.S. Cellular all left the door open for larger storage options.



  1. Richard

    06/28/2013 at 3:53 pm

    A friend found it in a verizon wireless site catalog a couple of hours ago. Tried to order it, but it kept removing from the cart. Guess I know why, now.

    • andrew mead

      06/28/2013 at 4:07 pm

      yeah right next time around I’ll have to sit and wait and see if you’re going to come out with something a little more memory that really sucks Now so when the next time around oh wait and see Game for damn sure.I have the 16 gig model for damn sure

  2. Ex-Verizon Customer

    06/28/2013 at 3:55 pm

    I just got a *64GB* One for that price on AT&T…

    • Hank

      06/28/2013 at 4:45 pm

      Ponooky hit the jackpot

    • troof

      06/29/2013 at 2:06 pm


  3. Tony

    06/28/2013 at 5:44 pm

    Yeah, Verizon made a lot of friends with this move. Charging $50 more than AT&T for basically the same phone and bringing it out after it sold the 16 GB version first to all those people (with only about 9 GB available to use). Not to mention dragging their feet releasing the HTC One. Yeah, this will make a lot of folks happy over at Verizon. Just another reason to go to AT&T.

  4. Todd

    06/28/2013 at 6:54 pm

    Will they allow us that got the 16gb version to upgrade or charge us full price I wonder.

  5. Sahil Jain

    06/29/2013 at 1:20 am

    s4 is a really cool device although i like galaxy mega 6.3 more.

  6. mikecichonMike

    07/11/2013 at 1:50 pm

    Too little too late Verizon … left for AT&T 2 weeks ago after an 11 year run w/ Verizon and after trying mightily to get an answer from them on availability of S4 and HTC One. So far, happy with AT&T service and coverage. The way Verizon has handled the new devices is ridiculous. Somebody in customer retention
    should get fired over there.

  7. Carlos

    07/19/2013 at 12:19 pm

    Anyone know when unlocked 32 and 64 gb will be available from Samsung or other provider?

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