Samsung's Galaxy S4 makes debut on C Spire network for $199.99

Regional carrier C Spire, which offers network connectivity around the U.S. but operates in four states, will allow the Galaxy S4 to connect to its 4G LTE network.

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Samsung's flagship Galaxy S4 has added another carrier to its mix.

C Spire announced Tuesday that the Android-based handset is now available to its customers. The Galaxy S4 comes in the customer's choice of black or white, and is available for $199.99 with a two-year agreement.

C Spire, which offers network connectivity around the U.S., but operates in four states, will allow the Galaxy S4 to connect to its 4G LTE network.

The Galaxy S4 is available now in C Spire retail locations, as well as on the company's Web site. Customers can also use its telesales line to place an order.

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