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Samsung Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge Pre-Order Price Roundup

February 22, 2016 - Written By John Anon

Yesterday saw Samsung take to the stage during their MWC event and formally introduce the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. A day later and we are on the eve of when pre-orders are due to open. Most of the big U.S. carriers have now confirmed their commitment to pre-orders, along with their individual pricing. If you missed any of those details, then we have listed the up-to-date information down below for quick reference.


If you are planning to pick up either device from AT&T, then through their Next 24 plan, AT&T will be offering the Galaxy S7 for $23.17 per month over a period of 30 months. This equates to a full price of $695. Likewise, if you are after the Galaxy S7 Edge, then on the same place you will be looking at 30 monthly payments of $26.50, which equates to a total of $795.


For those planning on going with Verizon, then you can pick up the Galaxy S7 for $28 per month over the course of a 24-month plan. This equates to a total of $672. If you’re more interested in the Galaxy S7 Edge, then the price for this one will be 24 monthly payments of $33. Which equates to a full cost of $792.


Moving on to T-Mobile and the uncarrier is offering the Galaxy S7 for $27.92 per month and like Verizon, this is based on a 24-month plan – with the final month charge coming in at $27.83. This brings the T-Mobile total to $669.99. Those looking for the Galaxy S7 Edge on T-Mobile can expect to pay $32.50 per month, over a 24-month period – with the final month cost being $32.49. A total of $779.99. Although, it is also worth mentioning that T-Mobile is offering a year’s worth of Netflix for free as well.


If you are a Sprint subscriber and planning to upgrade, or thinking about moving to Sprint, then the Galaxy S7 will cost you $25.99 per month and again, over 24 months. This comes out at a total of $623.76. While the S7 Edge will set you back 24 monthly payments of $30.50 and equates to a total of $732. However, Sprint is also offering addition options like the ability to trade in the smartphone after twelve monthly payments for the next-generation. Not forgetting if you plan to buy through Sprint as a new customer, you can pick up either Galaxy S7 device and take advantage of their “cut your bill in half program”.

As a quick reminder, pre-orders through all the main carriers will be going live at 8AM EST tomorrow. These are just pre-orders and all carriers have now confirmed handsets will be shipped for March 11. The same day you should be able to pick up from any of the carrier stores or main retailers. Samsung also confirmed that anyone who purchases either of the two devices before March 18th will receive a Gear VR headset as well for free.