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Samsung Galaxy Sale through Aio Wireless this spring

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Aio Wireless can get you into a Samsung Galaxy smartphone this spring for as low as $49.99.

In a sale announces this past week and running through March 13, new customers who activate Aio service can get the Samsung Galaxy Amp for $49.99, the Samsung Galaxy Express for $199.99 or the Samsung Galaxy S®4 for 529.99 (normally priced at $579.99).

These models are now available with no-annual contract at dealer-owned Aio Wireless stores as well as online at to all U.S. customers.

Aio Wireless ended 2013 with a bang and they picked up right where they left off to start 2014.

“We are thrilled to offer this Samsung Galaxy smartphone sale as we kick off the New Year,” said Andy Smoak, head of Product and Marketing. “Now it’s more affordable than ever to get a Samsung Galaxy smartphone with prices starting at $49.99 for new activations running on our reliable 4G nationwide network,” he said.

Aio Wireless always has a ton of ongoing deals.

Aio Wireless offers a store trade-in for your existing smartphone for a credit towards an upgraded phone or accessory.

Aio also is touting their Refer-A-Friend Program. This program will reward $25 in Referral Rewards to each new qualifying customer recommended by an current Aio customer.

Aio makes smartphones easy.

They offer three simple plans to choose from. All three plans come with unlimited talk, text, and data—with a pre-established amount of high-speed access, including 4G LTE.

Aio service ranges from $40 to $70 per month all taxes and fees included.


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