Aio Wireless discounts Samsung phones into March

AT&T's prepaid branch strikes a deal with Samsung to drop the price of select phones for the next month and a half.

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Samsung Galaxy Amp
Aio's Samsung Galaxy Amp is one phone that falls under the umbrella of the deal. Josh Miller/CNET

Aio Wireless and Samsung have banded together on a deal to get you cheaper phones when you sign up with AT&T's prepaid branch.

Until March 13, the Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy Amp, and Samsung Galaxy Express all get discounts for new users signing up.

  • Samsung Galaxy S4: $530 $580

  • Samsung Galaxy Amp: $50 $130

  • Samsung Galaxy Express: $200 $250

In addition, the carrier's new referral program awards $25 to both parties, the new signee and the existing customer that referred them.