Price and plans of AT&T, Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile for Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge
Samsung is releasing its two flagships Samsung Galaxy S6 and the curvy Galaxy S6 edge worldwide. The smartphones are landing on the US markets real soon, getting launched by the major careers in the country.
T-Mobile recently revealed the prices of the Samsung Galaxy S6 – the 32GB for $679.92, the 64GB for $759.99, and the 128GB for $859.99 off-contract. The mobile operator offers the smartphone for $0 and $28.33 each month for 24 months for the 32GB variant, $99.99 down payment and 24 months of $27.50. The Galaxy S6 with 128GB can be purchased from T-Mobile for $199.99 and 24 months of $27.50. The carrier is releasing the Galaxy S6 edge as week. The off-contract price of the smartphone with 32GB is $779.76, the 64GB costs $859.83, and the 128GB variant will be available for $959.83. Those of you who prefer to buy the flagship with the plans of the operator will have the options to pay $0 and 24 months of $32.49 for the model with 32GB. The 64GB costs $99.99 and 24 months of $31.66. The model with 128GB will be offered for $199.99 down payment and 24 monthly payments of $31.66.
The mobile operator AT&T will sell the Galaxy S6 for $685 (32GB), $785 (64GB) and $885 (128GB) without commitment. The plans offered by the carrier include $199.99 for the 32GB, $299.99 for the 64GB and $399.99 for the 128GB and signed two-year contract with AT&T. The company offers the possibility to sign up for 30 months plans. The AT&T Next gives you Galaxy S6 with 32GB for $22.84 each month for the period of the program, the 64GB for $26.17 each month, and the 128GB for $29.50 each month. The AT&T Next 18 program continues for 24 months and gives you the flagship with 32GB for $28.55 monthly, the 64GB for $32.71 monthly, the 128GB $36.88 monthly. The carrier offers the possibility to pay the phone for 20 months with the AT&T Next 12. It consists of $34.25 monthly for the 32GB, $39.25 for 64GB and $44.25 monthly for 128GB model.
AT&T is releasing Samsung Galaxy S6 edge for $815 (32GB), $915 (64GB) and $1015 f(128GB) retail price. The subsidized prices of the models are $299.99 (32GB), $399.99 (64GB) and $499.99 (128GB) tied with two year commitment. The AT&T Next 24 plan gives the smartphone for $27.17 monthly payments for 30 months for the 32GB device, $30.50 for 64GB and $33.84 for the 128GB. AT&T Next 18 offers the Galaxy S6 edge for $33.96 monthly payments for 24 months for the 32GB variant, $38.13 for the 64GB and $42.30 every month for the 128GB model. The plan AT&T Next 12 gives the handset for $40.75 monthly payments for 20 months, $45.75 for 64GB and $50.75 each month for 128GB model.
Sprint is releasing the Samsung Galaxy S6 and its sibling with leasing program. The Galaxy S6 (32GB) will be offered for $80 each month which covers the costs for the phone and the service. Galaxy S6 edge will be released for $85 each month. The 64GB model is with $5 more expensive each month while the 1128GB is with $10 more expensive.
Verizon Wireless is launching the Galaxy S6 for $599.99 (32GB), $699.99 (64GB) and $799.99 (128GB) retail price. The costs for the phone with two year contract are $199.99, $299.99 and $399.99 for the 32GB, 64GB and 128GB respectively after $50 mail-in rebate. The plan Verizon Edge is giving you the smartphone for $24.99 (32GB) each month for 24 months, $29.16 for the 64GB model and $33.33 for the 128GB device.
Those of you who are thinking of buying the Galaxy S6 edge from Verizon should prepare $699.99 (32GB), $799.99GB (64GB) and $899.99 (128GB) off-contract. The two-year commitment gives you the Galaxy S6 edge for $299.99 for the 32GB version, $399.99 for the 64GB model and $499.99 for the 128GB smartphone. The plan Verizon Edge consists of 24 monthly payments of $29.16, $33.33 and $37.49 each month for the 32GB, 64GB and the 128GB models. Verizon will begin accepting pre-orders for the flagships on 1st of April. T-Mobile, AT&T and Sprint already accept pre-orders for the smartphones.