Will Wei/Business InsiderIn a message on its website, T-Mobile announced that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be delayed until April 29. The company blamed supply issues.
We first spotted the news comes to us from TmoNews .
The Galaxy S4 was originally supposed to launch on April 24 on the carrier. That would've made T-Mobile the first US carrier to sell the phone.
T-Mobile will begin accepting online orders for the Galaxy S4 on April 29, but there's no word on when it'll be available in retail stores. It'll cost $199.99 down plus $20 per month for 24 months.
It now looks like Sprint will be the first carrier to sell the Galaxy S4. It launches April 27. It'll cost $249.99 with a two-year contract on that carrier.
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