The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was unveiled at the beginning of the month and now, as the smartphone makes its way on the market, carriers and retailers are trying to attract customers by offering a variety of deals and bundles for the said flagship. Whether you reside in the US or the UK, there are numerous options available on how to acquire a Samsung Galaxy Note 7, and in hopes of making your choice easier, below you will find a list of offers from their respective carriers from both regions.
Starting off with the US and the country’s largest carrier, Verizon offers the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 along with a 24-month contract worth $36 a month. If ordering the phone online through Verizon’s website, the carrier sweetens the deal by bundling the phone with a Samsung Gear Fit 2 sports band or a microSD card with a 256 GB capacity for free. The same offer stands for Verizon customers buying the smartphone through Best Buy. Moving on, AT&T offers two payment plans for its customers. They can buy the smartphone for $29.34 a month over 30 months, or rely on an AT&T 24-month Next Every Year payment plan worth $36.67 a month. Regardless, AT&T is bundling the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 with a free Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch and Galaxy Tab E. Sprint customers can buy the Galaxy Note 7 on a 24-month contract worth $35.42 per month, but also gives prospective buyers the option of paying $350 up front and receive a mail-in rebate on a 24-month plan. Sprint also bundles the device with a Samsung Gear Fit2 band or a 256 GB microSD card. Last but not least, T-Mobile sells the Galaxy Note 7 for $70 down along with 24 monthly payments of $32.50 each. Much like Verizon and Sprint, T-Mobile bundles the phone with a 256 GB microSD card or a Gear Fit 2 fitness band, but also throws in a one-year subscription to Netflix.
In the UK, Vodafone sells the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 for £20 up front on an agreement with 24 monthly payments of £57 each. The package includes a free Samsung Gear VR headset, as well as 12 GB of data, and unlimited texts and minutes. O2 customers have to pay at least £9 up front and sign up for a £50 monthly payment plan over a period of 24 months, which will give then unlimited texts and minutes along with 1 GB of data. Once again, the Samsung Gear VR is bundled with the package. Carphone Warehouse sells the flagship on EE for £59 down and 24 monthly payments of£42 each, and customers take advantage of a free Samsung Gear VR, unlimited texts, minutes, and 6 GB of data. Speaking of EE, the carrier has the Onyx Black Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on offer for £29 down and 24 £46 monthly payments, including unlimited texts and minutes, as well as 7 GB of data. Finally, Three customers can acquire the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 for £149 down and £38 a month. Three also includes a free Samsung Gear VR headset in the package, and offers unlimited texts and minutes, along with 4 GB of data. As for prospective buyers who may want to purchase the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 off-contract, the South Korean company sells the SIM-free variant for $865, and throws in a Gear Fit2 band or 256 GB microSD card for free.