Pricing and availability details are released for the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+

As everyone, everywhere knows, Samsung announced the highly anticipated Galaxy Note 5, and the Galaxy S6 Edge+. The official announcement of the specs have a folks divided about whether Samsung is sticking to their roots with the Note 5. Some believe these new devices are leaving the true Note fans in the dust, while other’s think that the Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ really are the next big things.

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We’ve already covered how to get your hands on both devices from Sprint, but the rest of the carriers have announced their pricing, as well as any deals that may be accompanied with the release of the Note 5 or S6 Edge+.

AT&T

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AT&T is offering quite a few different perks for using their network. If you’re looking to head to AT&T, and needed a reason, now may be the time to go. AT&T is offering a $100 bill credit and a $200 “buyback” credit if you leave you current carrier and turn in your old phone. In addition to that, current customers taking advantage of the Next Program, will get at least a $200 trade in credit towards the purchase of either device. The final deal that AT&T is offering for purchasing the Note 5 or S6 Edge+ is in connection with their recent DirecTV/U-Verse merger. If you switch your lines from your current carrier to AT&T, and use U-Verse, you will receive a $300 bill credit per line.

Galaxy Note 5

Storage Off-Contract 2-Year Contract Next 24 (30 months) Next 18 (24 months) Next 12 (20 months)
32GB $739.99 $249.99 $24.67/month $30.84/month $37/month
64GB $839.99 $349.99 $28/month $35/month $42/month

Galaxy S6 Edge+

Storage Off-Contract 2-year Contract Next 24 (30 months) Next 18 (24 months) Next 12 (20 months)
32GB $814.99 $299.99 $27.17/month $33.96/month $27.17/month
64GB $914.99 $399.99 $30.50/month $38.13/month $45.75/month

Verizon

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As of right now, it doesn’t seem like Big Red is offering anything special for purchasing either of these devices. However, it does seem that the 32GB variant of the Note 5 and S6 Edge+ are cheaper than everyone, if you purchase the device at full-retail cost.

Galaxy Note 5

Storage Full Retail Cost 24-Monthly Payments
32GB $696 $29/month
64GB $792 $33/month

Galaxy S6 Edge+

Storage Full Retail Cost 24-Monthly Payments
32GB $768 $32/month
64GB $864 $36/month

T-Mobile

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T-Mobile is running a pretty awesome deal that allows anyone who orders either device, to receive one free year of Netflix. The only requirement is that you pre-register by August 20th, and actually order the device of your choice by September 30th. As an avid Netflix user, this is a GREAT deal that will save you over $100, even if the offer is for the basic Netflix account option.

Galaxy Note 5

Storage JUMP! (18 months) Equipment Installment Plan (24 Months) Full Retail
32GB $0 upfront, $25/month $0 upfront, $29.17/month $699.99
64GB $99.99 down, $24.34/month $99.99 down, $28.34/month $779.99

Galaxy S6 Edge+

Storage JUMP! (18 Months) Equipment Installment Plan (24 Months) Full Retail
32GB $0 down, $28.50/month $0 down, $32.50/month $779.99
64GB $99.99 down, $27.67/month $99.99 down, $31.67/month $859.99

Sprint

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Sprint is also offering a few goodies for those who are looking to upgrade to the Note 5 and S6 Edge+. If you purchase the device through either the Sprint Lease or Sprint Easy Pay plans, you will be able to upgrade after 12 months and get at LEAST $200 for trading in a working smartphone. For the final fireworks, users will also get a free Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 with a new 2-year activation. Those are some great deals for switching to Sprint. The problem lies within the service, and the fact that Sprint just dropped to the number 4 spot in the list of top US carriers.

Galaxy Note 5

Storage Sprint Lease Sprint EasyPay 2-Year Contract Full Retail
32GB $0 down, $25/month $0 down, $30/month $249.99 $720
64GB $0 down, $30/month $0 down, $34/month $349.99 $816

Galaxy S6 Edge+

Storage Sprint Lease Sprint EasyPay 2-Year Contract Full Retail
32GB $0 down, $30/month $0 down, $33/month $349.99 $792
64GB $0 down, $35/month $0 down, $37/month $449.99 $888

US Cellular

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Galaxy Note 5

  • 32GB for $199 on a two-year contract

Galaxy S6 Edge+

  • 32GB for $299 on a two-year contract

Extra Specials

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Best Buy is running a couple of specials to entice folks to pre-order and get the Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+ from their stores. If you pre-order or purchase either of Samsung’s newest devices, you will receive a free wireless charging pad.

In addition to that, if you trade in a working smartphone towards the purchase of your new device, Best Buy will give you a $200 gift card to be used in store. While the wireless charging pad may not force you to run to your local Best Buy, or jump on their website immediately, getting $200 for free, will definitely make you think twice.

As everyone in the world now knows, we will officially be able to purchase these devices come August 21st. However, if you want to get any one of these extra deals that come with the device purchase, you may want to think about pre-ordering.