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So Where Can You Pre-Order Samsung’s Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge?

So Where Can You Pre-Order Samsung’s Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge?

You may have already heard by now that Samsung has finally formally introduced its flagship devices for this year. A day before the annual Mobile World Congress is set to start in the city of Barcelona in Spain, the South Korean tech giant has unveiled its Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge devices. Samsung has made it known that both new smartphones will be launching via the Big Four wireless carriers in the United States, plus US Cellular. 

 

For their part, the wireless carriers quickly released pricing and availability details for the new Android devices. Preorders for the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge start on February 23rd this year. Here are the details:

 

Samsung’s Galaxy S7 smartphone:

  • Verizon Wireless -- Available for $28 a month via Verizon Edge (over a period of 24 months); $199 on a two year agreement (Best Buy); $672 full retail price
  • AT&T -- Available for $23.17 a month via AT&T Next 24 (over a period of 30 months); $695 full retail price
  • T-Mobile -- Available for $27.92 a month via the wireless carrier’s installment plan (over a period of 24 months); $670 full retail price; scroll down below for additional NOTES
  • Sprint -- Available for $27.09 a month via the wireless carrier’s installment plan (over a period of 24 months); $25.99 a month via Sprint Galaxy Forever plan (over a period of 24 months); $199 on a two year agreement (Best Buy); $650 full retail price; scroll down below for additional NOTES
  • US Cellular -- Available for $28 a month via the wireless carrier’s installment plan (over a period of 24 months); $199 on a two year agreement; $672 full retail price

 

Samsung’s Galaxy S7 Edge smartphone:

  • Verizon Wireless -- Available for $28 a month via Verizon Edge (over a period of 24 months); $299 on a two year agreement (Best Buy); $792 full retail price
  • AT&T -- Available for $26.50 a month via AT&T Next 24 (over a period of 30 months); $795 full retail price
  • T-Mobile -- Available for $32.50 a month via the wireless carrier’s installment plan (over a period of 24 months); $780 full retail price; scroll down below for additional NOTES
  • Sprint -- Available for $31.25 a month via the wireless carrier’s installment plan (over a period of 24 months); $30.50 a month via Sprint Galaxy Forever plan (over a period of 24 months); $299 on a two year agreement (Best Buy); $750 full retail price; scroll down below for additional NOTES
  • US Cellular -- Available for $32.50 a month via the wireless carrier’s installment plan (over a period of 24 months); $299 on a two year agreement; $780 full retail price

 

NOTES:

  • T-Mobile is also offering preordering customers a free one subscription to Netflix
  • Sprint’s Galaxy Forever plan lets customers lease the Galaxy S7 and upgrade to a new Samsung Galaxy model after a period of one year
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