America’s biggest carrier was slow to get on board with Samsung’s latest Android flagship device, but now it’s official.
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.