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Samsung Cell Phones and Smartphones

Samsung offers some of the most popular smartphones on the planet. Their cell phones support both CDMA and GSM, so you can find Samsung phones available from all major carriers in the United States. Use our tool below to compare the different Samsung phones and plans and order yours today.

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$60 off and Free Shipping on Samsung Galaxy S5.

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Valid Until: August 16th, 2015

New Customers - $25 off Samsung Galaxy S 5.

Terms: Online only. 2-yr. Shared Connect contract required. New customers only. While supplies last. Restrictions apply.
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Valid Until: September 16th, 2015

New Customers - $25 off Samsung Galaxy S 6 Edge.

Terms: Online only. 2-yr. Shared Connect contract required. New customers only. While supplies last. Restrictions apply.
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Valid Until: September 16th, 2015

New Customers - $25 off Samsung Galaxy Note 4.

Terms: 2-yr. Shared Connect contract required. New customers only. While supplies last. Restrictions apply.
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Valid Until: September 16th, 2015

New Customers - $25 off Samsung Galaxy S 6.

Terms: Online only. 2-yr. Shared Connect contract required. New customers only. While supplies last. Restrictions apply.
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Valid Until: September 16th, 2015

$200 off Samsung GS5 Now: $49.99.

Valid Until: August 13th, 2015

$20 off Samsung Galaxy Centura Now: $59.99.

Valid Until: December 31st, 2015

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Samsung Cell Phones

Samsung is a global leader in the cell phone industry. From tiny, light cell phones to advanced pocket PCs, Samsung offers an extensive lineup of wireless devices in a variety of different forms. Plus, since their phones support both CDMA and GSM, Samsung phones are carried by all the major carriers in the United States. No matter what service provider you have or cell phone plan you want, there's a brand new, state of the art Samsung cell phone for you.

Check out MyRatePlan's huge collection of Samsung phones, available from AT&T, Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile, Sprint, and all the other national wireless networks.