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Deal - T-Mobile Prepaid Samsung Galaxy Exhibit 4G and $50 Refill $179.99

T-mobile has the Samsung Galaxy Exhibit 4G (formerly called the Exhibit II) on sale on its website for $179.99 including a free $50 prepaid refill. That's $70 less than T-Mobile's regular price of $249.99 and $10 less than the lowest online price for the phone without the refill.

If you are going to be using the phone on T-Mobile prepaid you will need a refill sooner so you are getting the phone for an effective of $129.99.

The phone will work on any T-Mobile prepaid plan and it will also work with a T-Mobile post paid SIM or on T-Mobile MVNOs like Simple Mobile and with the Straight Talk T-Mobile BYOD SIM.

The Exhibit 4G is one of T-Mobile's best prepaid phones with a 1 Ghz processor, 3.7" 480 X 800 (WVGA) screen. It's also one of the few Android phones with 3G and 14.4 Mbps 4G support for both T-Mobile's Band IV(1700/2100) and AT&T's Band II (1900) and Band V(850). Of course, the phone has to be unlocked to use on AT&T, but T-Mobile will unlock phones for prepaid customers.

This is a "limited time offer". T-Mobile doesn't say how long it will last but in the past deals as good as this one have usually been for one day only. Plus I expect this offer to sell out quickly and when it does there won't be any rain checks so sump on this one ASP if you want it.

Source: Howard Forums

Update: Sold Out

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  1. Does this phone allow you to use it as a hotspot without an additional monthly fee?

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    1. Not out of the box. You would have to root it and remove the Tethering Manager or install something like PDANet.

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  2. I believe you mean Galaxy Exhibit 4G. Best phone $200 off contract can buy. The firmware update which changed the name also helped a lot with stability.

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    1. Correct, the phone's full name is the Samsung Galaxy Exhibit 4G. It seems like almost every Samsung Android phone is a Galaxy now, which devalues a name was once reserved for flagship phones.

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    2. Thing is, if you abbreviate it to just Exhibit 4G, that was a different phone.

      Perhaps you are right about devaluing the Galaxy brand, but it seems Samsung does have a strategy there. Something about a halo effect from the higher-end phones helping to push along a few extra sales of the midrange phones.

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  3. "It's also one of the few Android phones with 3G and 14.4 Mbps 4G support for both T-Mobile's Band IV(1700/2100) and AT&T's Band II (1900) and Band V(850)" Know any phone like this with dual sim (no adapters please)?

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    1. As far as I know there are no dual SIM phones that support Bands II, IV, and V. All the dual SIM phones I've seen have been basic 2G only models targeting users in the developing world.

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  4. Check out deal on HSN.com for this today 7/13/2012. Under $150.00, free shipping, value pay, sceen protector, case, and special $45.00 monthly price for the $50 a month 4g plan for phones purchased from HSN only. Also includes an app pack and car charger.

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  5. I just ordered one of these. It is supposed to have the $50.00 refill but there was no card in my package. Do I have to call them to request this?

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    1. Yes, mistakes happen I guess but if you call they should make it right.

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  6. I have a Samsung Galaxy Exhibit 4G prepaid phone & I'll admit I was puckered into purchasing it while this deal was happening because I failed to research how many phones now fall under the "Samsung Galaxy" brand name. I thought I was getting through tablet or the S4/S3 still not even sure which model I thought I was getting out of this t-mobile deal. Anywho, now that I've had time to adjust & compare, THIS really is the best deal for a phone of this caliber. If I had an extra $500ish layin' around, I'd spring for the newest one but this little beaut does everything I need it to & more. Not sure how many mega pixels the front & fwd facing cameras have but it's a lot of fun & I enjoy the apps that came with the phone as well as the camera & video recording clarity. The microphone on this thing is impressive. Overall, I have no binding contract & a cool new gadget to play with so no complaints here.

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  7. Haha puckered is suckered & through tablet is the tablet but who's reading this crap anyway? Autocorrect can kill a conversation regardless of which phone you're using.

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