MTN Samsung Galaxy S4 prices unveiled

MTN has unveiled its Samsung Galaxy S4 anytime contract packages which will be available country wide tomorrow

April 26, 2013
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MTN has unveiled its smartphone packages for the Samsung Galaxy S4, which will go on sale at MTN stores countrywide on 27 April 2013.

The Samsung Galaxy S4, the successor of the popular Galaxy S3, runs the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS and boasts a 5-inch Full HD Super AMOLED screen,

The device sports a 13MP auto focus camera with flash, and 3G (HSPA+ 42Mbps) connectivity.

The Samsung Galaxy S4 (i9500) smartphone will be available on the new MTN Anytime 200 contract for R399 per month over 24 months.

This deal includes R200 airtime, 200 SMSs, 200MB Internet data bundle, and 30 minutes of free MTN to MTN calls.

The MTN Samsung Galaxy S4 anytime contract packages are listed in the table below.

Price plan Price
Airtime SMS Data MTN to MTN minutes
MTN Anytime 200 R399 R200 200 200 MB 30
MTN Anytime 350 R499 R350 350 350 MB 60
MTN Anytime 500 R599 R500 500 500 MB 60
MTN Anytime 750 R849 R750 750 750 MB 180
MTN Anytime 1200 R1,269 R1,200 1 200 1.2 GB 180
MTN Anytime 1500 R1,549 R1,500 1 500 1.5 GB 360

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Tags: Galaxy S4, Headline, MTN, Samsung, Samsung Galaxy S4

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