T-Mobile Confirms Pricing For Samsung Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge


Samsung has now finally taking the wraps off their newest Galaxy S smartphones, the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge. Both devices come with a refining of many of the features of their previous models, as well as the return of some fan favorite features like expandable storage and also water-resistance. Following which the carriers are now starting to come out and confirm their intention to carry the two handsets, along with some details on their pricing. One of those who has now confirmed that they will be stocking both devices is T-Mobile.

If you do plan to pick up either device from T-Mobile, then here is a quick break down of the pricing. For those looking for the Samsung Galaxy S7, this smartphone will be available to pre-order in both announced colors, Black Onyx and Gold Platinum. The cost will be $0 down and $27.92 for the first 23 months, with the last month seeing the cost drop to $27.83. A total price which equates to $669.99. For those looking to pick up the Galaxy S7 Edge, T-Mobile has confirmed that the smartphone will be available in all three announced colors, Black Onyx, Silver Titanium and Gold Platinum and will cost $0 down and 23 monthly payments of $32.50, with the last payment totaling $32.49. This equates to a full retail price of $779.99.


As Samsung already confirmed, pre-orders for both devices will commence from February 23rd and T-Mobile has reconfirmed this is when you will be able to order through them. Likewise, it is also worth noting that orders placed between Feb 23rd and March 18th will see their device of choice coming with a Samsung Gear VR for free. That is, as well as a 6-pack game bundle to make use of the new VR headset. While T-Mobile is looking to sweeter the deal by offering a full year's worth of Netflix for free as well. Those interesting in pre-ordering through T-Mobile can sign up to their new registration page to be the first to know further details. Head through the source link below to read the T-Mobile Press release and link through to the registration page.

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