US Carriers List Price For Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge – Not Light By Any Means

Ramish Zafar
Posted Mar 26, 2015
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As Samsung confirms the pre-order date for the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, we’ve already started to see pricing details on both the devices pop. Seems like the carriers were waiting for Samsung’s cue to provide us details on what the device will end up costing you. After all, pre-orders for both the devices start tomorrow. And they won’t be light on the pocket by any regard either.

samsung_galaxy_s6_edge_press_image_sideSamsung Galaxy S6 And Galaxy S6 Edge Prices Posted By Carriers

Samsung’s flagship launches for this year, being heavy on the specifications, will be equally heavy on the pocket as well. Starting from AT&T’s offerings, the carrier has only listed the 32 GB variants of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge today. The 32 GB Samsung Galaxy S6 will end up costing you a sum of $685 over a period of 30 months with monthly installments of $22.84, under the carrier’s Next 24 plan. The S6 Edge on the other hand will cost you $27.17 over a period of 30 months, leading to a cumulative cost of $816.

For T-Mobile’s offerings, if you’re looking to purchase Samsung’s flagships without monthly installments, then the 32, 64 and 128 GB variants of the Galaxy S6 will end up costing you $679, $759 and $859 respectively. For the Galaxy S6 Edge, without installments, you’ll have to cough up $779, $859 and $959 for the 32, 64 and 128 GB variants. If you’re looking for monthly payments, then for the Galaxy S6 you can get the device for $0 downpayment and monthly payments of $28 for the 32 GB variant, $99 down payment and monthly payments of $27 for the 64 GB variant and $199 down payment with $27 monthly payments over a course of 24 months for the 128 GB variant.

For the Galaxy S6 Edge, you’ll need $0 down for the 32 GB variant with monthly payments of $32 for 24 months and $99 and $199 down payments with monthly installments of $31 for the 62 and 128 GB variants of the device, over a course of 24 months. Sound expensive? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.

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