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Your Guide To Getting the Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Where to buy Galaxy Note 4

Samsung officially unveiled the Galaxy Note 4 earlier this month. Even though this device will not be available until October 17th of this year, Samsung and selected carriers are already welcoming pre-orders for the highly anticipated phablet.

If you are one of those looking to get one, we are presenting to you this guide so that you will have an idea of the pricing and most importantly, what plans and options are currently available for the Galaxy Note 4.

Verizon Wireless

Verizon is offering the Galaxy Note 4 for 299.99 on a two-year agreement. With Verizon Edge, you will have to shell out $34.99 each month. As of this writing, the carrier has not yet provided any information on pricing for early upgrades.


AT&T is selling the Galaxy Note 4 with a full retail price of $825.99. Customers will be charged $299.99 for the phablet on a two-year agreement. For those who prefer to have early upgrade options, they will be delighted to know that the Galaxy Note 4 is also available on AT&T Next. The carrier will be offering the device in both black and white colors.

To get an upgrade in one year, customers will need to pay $0.00 up front and then 20 monthly payments of $41.30. Users can also avail of the 18-month upgrade option, wherein they pay $0.00 down and then 24 monthly payments of $34.42.


Sprint will be welcoming pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 4 beginning on September 26th of this year. Through an Easy Pay financing option, customers will pay $0.00 down and then pay $30.00 per month over the course of two years.


T-Mobile will be accepting pre-orders starting on September 24th. If customers avail of the Equipment Installment Plan, they will need to pay $0.00 up front and then pay $31.24 monthly for a period of 24 months. If they avail of the JUMP! early upgrade option, they will have to add $10.00 for a total of $41.24 payment monthly over the course of 24 months.

As for those who want to buy the device directly from Samsung, the South Korean phone making giant is offering a guaranteed trade-in value of $200.00 for any working device of whatever model.

Regardless of the carrier, users will certainly be impressed with the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. The device sports a 5.7-inch Qual HD Super AMOLED display screen that features 2560 by 1440 resolution, plus a 16-megapixel rear camera as well as a 3.7-megapixel front-facing camera. On top of all that, the phablet is powered by a four-core 2.7 GigaHertz Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, and boasts 32 gigabytes of internal storage (with a microSD slot). Moreover, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 runs on Android 4.4.4 KitKat.