Originally Posted by mak916
I noticed that AT&T is selling their 32GB version for $249. That is the same price Sprint is selling their 16GB.
I saw that too. I can't say I understood why Sprint had their 16GB S4 priced at $250 when everyone else had it for only $200. I guess as long as people are forking over the cash because they want the phone so bad then you can't blame Sprint for wanting more revenue.
Since AT&T has announced availability and pricing of their 32GB version, hopefully Sprint follows suit. Although that would likely mean a $300 price tag. Personally I'm still waiting for someone to put the Sprint 16gb S4 "on sale" for $200 before I upgrade, then I'll get Best Buy to price match. I'm also waiting on the Google I/O this week to see if they announce anything about the next CDMA Nexus or the X Phone before I get the S4.