Sprint details pricing, bonuses for Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+

Following Samsung’s Unpacked event, the major carriers are beginning to release more specific details about pricing for the two new flagship devices. Sprint was first to the gate with their pricing tiers, and we’ve got the details.

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Before we get into specifics on the two devices, Sprint is including a few extras with the purchase of either an S6 Edge+ or a Note 5 on a Sprint Lease or Sprint Easy Pay plan:

  • Upgrade after 12 months
  • Guaranteed $200 minimum trade-in value (for a working smartphone)
  • A free Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 with activation and a new two-year service agreement

So whether you’re planning to pick up an S6 Edge+ or Note 5, you’ve got a few great perks coming from Sprint. Now, as for the devices themselves, pricing is as follows:

Galaxy S6 edge+ Pricing

 Payment MethodGalaxy S6 edge+ 32GBGalaxy S6 edge+ 64GB
Sprint Lease$0 down, $30/month$0 down, $35/month
Sprint Easy Pay$0 down, $33/month$0 down, $37/month
2-year Service Agreement$349.99$449.99
No Contract$792$888

Galaxy Note5_Silver_Silver_2PGalaxy Note 5 Pricing

 Payment MethodGalaxy Note 5 32GBGalaxy Note 5 64GB
Sprint Lease$0 down, $25/month$0 down, $30/month
Sprint Easy Pay$0 down, $30/month$0 down, $34/month
2-year Service Agreement$249.99$349.99
No Contract$720$816

Keeping in mind that the Note 5 and S6 Edge+ will be available for purchase on August 21st, it’ll be interesting to see the different carrier pricing for these devices. If you can’t wait to get your hands on one of Samsung’s latest hardware, you can pre-order one from Sprint.

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