Earlier today Samsung introduced the highly-anticipated Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge in Barcelona at the Mobile World Congress 2016.
If you’re based in the United States, you’ll be happy to know that all major US carriers will offer the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge to its customers, including AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint.
The handset is set to hit retail in the US on March 11th, but interested customers will be able to pre-order the devices so they can get it on launch day.
AT&T has announced that the Galaxy S7 Edge will cost $23.17/month on its 30 month Next 24 plan — this is for the 32GB version of the device. As for its bigger sibling, the Galaxy S7 Edge, it will cost users $26.50/month.
T-Mobile will also carry the handset and will sell it on its 24 month basic plan. The Galaxy S7 will set users back by $27.91/month while the Galaxy S7 edge will cost $32.50.
Last but not the least, Sprint will start selling the Galaxy S7 for $27.09 per month, while the Galaxy S7 edge is priced at $31.25.
Samsung is also throwing in a free goodies, including a free Gear VR and 6 games, if you pre-order the devices between February 23 and March 18 — this sounds good.
Let us know if you’re interested in picking up the Samsung Galaxy S7 or the Galaxy S7 Edge using the comments below.
Source: GSMArenaFiled Under: Mobile Phone News