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Sprint Lays Out Its Plan for Selling Samsung's Galaxy S5

Samsung's latest flagship will be available April 11 for no money down and 24 payments of about $27 on Sprint.

A day after AT&T and T-Mobile detailed their Galaxy S5 details, Sprint wants you to know that it, too, will be happy to sell you Samsung’s latest phone.

Sprint is announcing on Friday that its Galaxy S5 will support its high-speed Sprint Spark LTE service and will be available starting April 11 for no money down and 24 monthly payments of $27.09 using Sprint Easy Pay.

Those who purchase their Galaxy S5 using Sprint Easy Pay can also get a free Galaxy Tab 3 (with a two-year data contract for the tablet).

Sprint will also sell Samsung’s three smartwatches at their standard prices, with the Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit selling for $199 and the Gear 2 for $299.

AT&T is selling the S5 for $199 with a two-year contract and $649 unsubsidized, while T-Mobile is offering it for zero down and 24 equal monthly payments of $27.50 ($660 total).

Verizon declined to comment on availability and pricing, but reiterated that it, too, will carry the new Samsung flagship.

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