Along with Verizon and T-Mobile, AT&T also announced they are selling the Galaxy Note 4 and that pre-orders start tomorrow morning. Those pre-orders will be shipping on October 14th. Pre-orders will likely receive their Galaxy Note 4 on October 16th, which is a day before the rest of the carriers are selling the Galaxy Note 4. AT&T didn't release when they would be available in store, however. But I'd be willing to bet it's the 17th a long with Verizon and T-Mobile.
As far as pricing goes, we're looking at $825.99 for no contract. $299 on a new two-year contract. And if you want to with AT&T Next 12 it'll be $41.30 per month and AT&T Next 18 is $34.42 per month. So pricing is about what we expected, although AT&T is a bit more than T-Mobile and Verizon pricing. As they are offering the Galaxy Note 4 at full retail for $750. So AT&T is a good $75 more expensive for some reason. Additionally, if you pick up the Galaxy Note 4 on AT&T Next you will get a $100 bill credit. Which can definitely come in handy. Don't we all love free money?
"AT&T was the first to launch the Samsung Note series in the U.S. and currently offers the largest selection of Samsung devices. This latest entrant to the popular Note series features a 16MP rear-facing camera with optical image stabilization, 2.7GHz Quad Core processor and 3,220mAh removable battery."
So now we have pre-order and availability information as well as pricing for three out of four carriers. We are just awaiting Sprint now. Which we should be hearing from them pretty soon. So if you're holding out for Sprint, stay tuned. As soon as we know, we'll be sure to let you all know. As we always do. How many of you are anxious to pick up a Galaxy Note 4? Let us know in the comments below.