Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 5 to carry forward to Note series and the Galaxy S6 Edge+ with added functionalities in the dual edge display. The pricing was not revealed during the presentation but as it went on pre-order, we bring you the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ pricing.
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ pricing
The Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ goes on sale in US and Canada on August 21. Hence, the US carriers have announced the pricing and plans for both the devices. The unlocked (contract free) Galaxy Note 5 32GB variant has been priced at US $839.99 (INR Rs 54,700 approximately) whereas the 64GB variant costs $914.99 (INR Rs 59,600 approximately). If you want to buy the Galaxy S6 Edge+ contract free, the 32GB base model costs US $814.99 (INR Rs 53,100 approximately) and $914.99 (INR Rs 59,600 approximately) for the 64GB variant.
If you want to but it from AT&T, both these devices are offered via its Next 24, 18 and 12 plans. The US carrier will also allow the consumers to trade in old devices for up to US $200. Also, if you have DIRECTV or U-Verse and plan on switching to AT&T, you are eligible to get a $300 bill credit. If the switch is made from any other carrier, $100 bill credit will be added to the account.
If the consumers pre-order for these devices before August 20 on T-Mobile, they will get a free Netflix subscription for a year. The carrier is offering these devices via JUMP. However, T-Mobile is not yet selling the 64GB variants yet. We guess it will pop up later. The Galaxy Note 5 32GB variant will cost $699.99 while the Galaxy S6 Edge+ will set you back by $779.99 on T-Mobile’s JUMP.
Check out the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ pricing in USA and the plans offered by AT&T and T-Mobile now. Tell us your opinion about the pricing of both these devices. We also expect Samsung to price the new phablets similarly in India in respect to the unlocked contract free pricing in USA.