Samsung introduced its Galaxy Note5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ phablet in its unpacked event in New York. The company did not reveal the pricing details for its new devices, but US carriers have now announced their plans for both the smartphones.
Consumers can pre-order the Samsung Galaxy Note5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ later today in the United States.
AT&T is offering 32GB and 64GB variants of the Galaxy Note5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ through its Next 24, 18 and 12 plans. The carrier allows you to trade in an old device for up to $200 and if you happen to have DIRECTV or U-Verse and switch to AT&T, then you are eligible to get a $300 bill credit. If you switch from other carrier, then you get $100 in bill credit.
The base variant of the Note5 will cost you $839.99 contract free, while the 64GB sets you back $914.99.If you plan to pick the Galaxy S6 edge+ without any contract, then the 32GB version is all yours for $814.99 and 64GB option comes to with a $914.99 price tag.
T-Mobile is offering the new Samsung phablets on JUMP. If you pre-register for either of devices before August 20, then you get a free Netflix subscription for a year. For unknown reasons, T-Mobile is not selling the 64GB versions.
The 32GB Galaxy Note5 on T-Mobile costs you $699.99, while the Galaxy S6 edge+ carries a price tag of $779.99. You can check out the source links below for contract pricing, plans and other terms.