Samsung Galaxy S6 bows to $100 price cut in the United States
Following a poor run of form in their 2015 quarter 1 earnings report that was announced last week, Samsung Electronics promised to lower the prices of some of their high end smartphones in order to get back to winning ways.
Now, T-Mobile has become one of the first sellers to act to that effect. The 3rd largest US carrier (after surpassing Sprint according to fugures released on Monday) reduced prices of Samsung’s Galaxy S6 smartphones in their possession by a whopping $100. This means that the 32GB SGS6 will now cost $569.99 off contract while the 128GB model goes for $659.99. Funnily, the 64GB Galaxy S6 is still listed for $659.99 at T-Mob’s web store, meaning its pricing is now on par with the 128GB storage version.
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