Today's the day for the AT&T Captivate, the second of the Samsung Galaxy S phones to be released in the United States. (See the T-Mobile Vibrant for the first.) The Captivate will cost you $199.99 after contract (no rebate mess, huzzah!), and you can pick it up for $500 off-contract.
Yes, that's $150 more than some lucky dogs got it for in the days leading up to the release. (Did anybody really think $350 was the correct off-contract price?) Don't know what to tell you about that except that they got a great deal, and kicking and screaming won't really help now, will it?
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