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This week we have another nice little surprise for people looking to get their hands on a brand new smartphone with "A large, gorgeous display matched by a powerful dual-core processor" -- the stunning Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch in your choice of Black or White running on the Sprint Network.

For this Wednesday and Thursday only, in conjunction with Best Buy Mobile Solutions are bringing you a deal that is much too low to show as it is the very lowest price that you'll find anywhere for this amazing smartphone.

How much of a deal?  You'll need to follow the link below to find out but we can tell you that if you're looking to start a new Sprint account with a two-year contract you'll get it at up to $200 less than most options online. And if you've been wanting to renew or upgrade your existing Sprint contract you'll still be looking at up to $70 less than other offers.

So if you've been lusting to get your hands on the huge display and power of the Galaxy S II Epic  4G Touch, there probably hasn't been a better time to do so than right now via the link below...

NOTE: A number of readers were wondering what might happen to their existing grandfathered data plans when buying a new phone via this offer and so we thought we'd share with you the official Best Buy Mobile Solutions response to this question below.

Q: If I take advantage of this offer, can I keep my unlimited data plan and have it transfer with the purchase of a new handset?

A: Not all grandfathered data plans will transfer. Generally speaking however if an existing unlimited data plan is attached to a smartphone chances are it will transfer to the new device.

Q: How do I know if my existing data plan will transfer when I take advantage of this offer?

A: When you choose "Keep An Existing" plan for your selected device, our customer support team will review orders where the data plan is not compatible.  Before any changes are made to your account, the customer support team will contact you regarding the details.  You can choose to cancel the order or select a different data plan option.