We’re all anxiously awaiting the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 release and very soon we’re going to get it. The pre-order for the device begins today and here is how much it’s going to cost you to get it from various carriers.
In AT&T’s case, the pre-order starts on August 3 and we’ll be able to see it in stores starting August 19. The Galaxy Note 7 will come in the following color options: Black Onyx, Silver Titanium and Blue Coral. Its price at full retail will be $880 and there’s a 30 month purchase option where you pay $29 a month or you could pick another paying option which is $36 per month over a period of 24 months. If you decide to pre-order now, AT&T is also offering a free Gear S2 smartwatch and a Galaxy Tab E for $1 in the case of two year agreements.
Pre-order on T-Moblie also begins on August 3 with the in-store sale beginning on August 19. It also offers the same color variants as AT&T, but it sells the device at full retail for $864. It also has a 24 month purchasing options where you pay $36 per month.
Verizon has the same date for the beginning of the pre-order period and it will also begin in-store selling on August 19. It offers the same color options as above and it sells the device for $864 or as part of a 24 month purchase plan where you pay $36 per month.
The same happens in the case of Sprint minus the info regarding the full price or the monthly payment options. However, they offer a free Samsung 256 GB memory card or Gear Fit2 along with the phablet.
US Cellular begins pre-ordering tomorrow and in-store sale begins on August 19. It sells the device in the same three color options as above, but there is no info on the full retail price for it. However, it does offer several monthly payment options for 30, 24 and 20 months. They also offer a free Samsung 256 GB memory card or Gear Fit2 along with the phablet.
As you can see, this phablet is going to be very expensive and you could pay as much as $880 at full retail when it comes to AT&T. Not only that, but the monthly payment options are pretty huge as well – about $30 a month or more.
Now that you know how much it will cost, it’ll be easier for you to decide if you really want it or not. You should also keep in mind that much of the info provided is incomplete and maybe there will be a better buying option that will be revealed in the next few days.