AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket (LTE Capable) Is Now Just $149

AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket

AT&T’s one of the first LTE capable Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket handset is now available for sale by AT&T network. The handset was supposed to be priced at $249.99, according to the official announcement. But fortunately , AT&T has lowered the price of the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket handset, making it available for $149.99 only. So, AT&T’s first LTE capable Samsung handset has become much more cheaper now. It must be great news for AT&T customers, while Verizon is pricing its recent LTE capable phones for $299.99. But, AT&T has yet to expand its LTE coverage in the U.S.

Note: According to the reports, the price varies by region. The phone is being listed with the original price tag $249.99  in some regions. Many others may see the $149.99 price tag  attachment from different regions. We got $149 price tag by using the zip code – 91101.

In case you were wondering, yes, the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket offers 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Plus WVGA display, Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread OS, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1.3GB RAM (mentioned on AT&T’s website; see below image) 16GB internal memory storage, micro SD cards lot for memory expansion, 1850mAh battery, 8 MP autofocus with LED Flash, 2MP front shooter, 1080p HD video recording capability and much more.


Read: Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket Full Specifications.

Buy Online

Head over to the AT&T Website (hit the link) to buy the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket handset for just $199.99. Buyers should be committed to sign a new two-year contract with AT&T.

AT&T’s Galaxy S II Skyrocket For Just $149

Source: AT&T

2 thoughts on “AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket (LTE Capable) Is Now Just $149”

  1. I think that the Skyrocket is going to be just as fast and revolutionary as the regular GSII. This makes me glad that I didn’t buy a regular GSII from AT&T now that I know about this phone. Since the Skyrocket has the same dual-core processor as the GSII, it should be quick and snappy but now that it has LTE, it should have no problem keeping up with my streaming in HD habit. The app that I like to use for streaming movies and shows in HD is the DISH Remote Access app from my employer DISH Network. It is awesome because anywhere I am, as long as I have a 3G or in this case an LTE connection, I can stream live TV or any show I have recorded to my DVR. Best of all it is all in crystal clear HD. I can’t wait to get my Skyrocket!


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