America’s biggest carrier was slow to get on board with Samsung’s latest Android flagship device, but now it’s official.
Big Red is on board for the fourth voyage to a magical Korean Galaxy.
The sign up page that went live this week on the Verizon Wireless site doesn’t offer any of those details, it’s just a place to enter your e-mail and thereby consent to being spammed by the carrier about all things Samsung.
Being the big dog on the wireless block, Verizon apparently doesn’t feel a need to be first with what’s expected to be a pretty hot new phone. Sprint Nextel and T-Mobile will have the Galaxy S4 in stores later this month, and AT&T has already been taking pre-orders for a few days now.
No word yet on pricing from Verizon either, but it’s likely to be in the range offered by its competitors, which includes a $149 promotion for some new Sprint customers that bring their old number over to the carrier, on up to the full retail price of $639.