Today is the day all Samsung Galaxy fans had checked on their agendas. Beginning with March 27, the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are available and ready for pre-order.
Although it might not create the same craze Apple usually generates when releasing a new iPhone, the new Samsung smartphones are products you can’t ignore. In terms of design, technology and function, they are already considered one of the company’s best products to have ever hit the market.
Samsung announced that Amazon has released the pre-order lists. The prices for the two types of S6 show that not all consumers will be able to get their hands on these devices.
Costco and Sam’s Club have also announced they will include the two smartphones in their product list. Target and Wal-Mart have the same plan. On Best Buy, Samsung already organized the experience shops.
Which carriers will have the Samsung S6 and S6 Edge?
Pretty much all of them. All four main U.S. carriers will offer the two smartphones with T-Mobile making the biggest offers. But only three of the four carriers have them set for pre-order since today. Verizon is the odd one out, having decided to enable orders beginning with April.
Prepaid carriers are also ready to offer the two new Samsung “jewels”. Metro PCS, Boost Mobile, and Cricket Wireless will have the Galaxy S6 ready for customers eager to get their hands on the latest Samsung gadgets.
So what’s the price?
Flagship phones mean a certain amount of money only some customers are willing to spend. For those interested to buy the phone via a carrier, the starting price will be about $699, depending on the scheme. The 32 GB base version can be bought at various starting prices, depending on the carrier.
AT&T for example is offering the S6 at a starting price of at $22.84/month with Next 24. The S6 Edge is available at $27.17/month. Verizon’s S6 starting price is $24.99/month. S6 Edge is available at $29.16/month.
T-Mobile offers the S6 at a starting price of you $28.33/month while the S6 Edge is available at $32.49/month. This carrier offers a free year of Netflix as a bonus.
The price, of course, rises with the phone’s available memory. If you consider 32 GB insufficient, 128 GB will surely be enough to store all your data.
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