Samsung Galaxy S7 & Galaxy S7 Edge now available at AT&T

Announced just over two weeks ago, Samsung's new flagship smartphones in the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. Both of these smartphones are available today at AT&T. The wireless carrier had opened up pre-orders on February 23rd - and those pre-orders should already be in customers hands - but now you'll be able to walk into AT&T and pick one up without having to wait. Both smartphones are being offered in both black and gold, from AT&T. So unfortunately we won't see the other colors at AT&T, but at least we do have a proper black this time around, instead of just a dark blue.

As far as pricing goes, the Galaxy S7 will cost $695 full retail. Of course if you don't want to drop over $700 (including taxes) down on a brand new phone today, you can opt for AT&T's NEXT program. Which will be $0 down and $23.17 per month for 30 months. The Galaxy S7 Edge will cost you $795 full retail or with AT&T NEXT it'll cost you $0 down and $26.50 per month for 30 months. As with other installment plans from the carriers, you will also be able to pay off the phone sooner if you want. That way you don't have to wait two and a half years to upgrade. Remember that those who buy the Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge will also get a free Gear VR along with a six-pack of games for the Gear VR from Oculus. Definitely a great deal to grab while you can.

In addition to the free Gear VR, AT&T is also offering up a free Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 on a 2-year agreement when you buy a Galaxy S7 or a Galaxy S7 Edge. AT&T is also doing a Buy One Get One Free deal on these two smartphones. So if the whole family needs new phones, this is a great way to get everyone a fresh new Galaxy S7 for a pretty decent price. Buy a Galaxy S7 and get one free, can't get much better than that, right? You can order your Galaxy S7, or Galaxy S7 Edge online, or run to your local AT&T store and grab one.

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