That's $42 more than what T-Mobile or Verizon is putting up for the same phone right now. And the "BOGO" part of it is less appealing than T-Mo's deal. But if you're loyal to Sprint, this is your option.
The low to mid-end Samsung Galaxy J6 is widely expected to sport a (likely HD+) Infinity Display, but the J4, J3 (2018), aka Express Prime 3 or J3 Eclipse 2, and J7 Aero will probably stick to 16:9 screens with thick bezels.
We’re still at least a year away from US regulators green-lighting the T-Mobile Sprint merger, but let's take a few minutes to explore the implications of the “New T-Mobile” and its impact to consumers and the US wireless industry.
The Department of Justice is looking at whether AT&T and Verizon have colluded. As such, one bank analyst believes that the regulator's view on the industry may negatively impact chances of a merger of the nation's weakest major carriers.