Sprint is presently boasting about its pre-order offer on the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus that's the lowest in the United States, allowing customers to save up to $500 on either one of Samsung's latest Android flagships. Anyone interested in taking advantage of the deal must switch to Sprint from another wireless carrier and trade in an eligible smartphone. In ideal circumstances, consumers will be able to get their hands on the Galaxy S9 for $13.55 per month or purchase the Galaxy S9 Plus for a monthly fee of $18.55, with both being available without any down payments. The savings come in the form of the $350 discount on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus pre-orders for users who opt for the Sprint Flex plan and trade in their old device. Switching one's number to Sprint is incentivized with a $150 Visa gift card and doesn't require any trade-ins. Consumers can also take advantage of either offer individually, Sprint confirmed.
Sprint is opening pre-orders for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus tomorrow at 12:01 AM ET. Refer to the banner below for a summary of all of the company's existing promotions that will also include its latest offer starting Friday. The Overland Park, Kansas-based mobile service provider already disclosed the general pricing and availability details of Samsung's newest Android flagships on its network and confirmed it will officially start retailing the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus on March 16. As is often the case with major flagship launches, consumers who place advanced orders on either device are likely to start receiving their products several days earlier, depending on where they're located.
Originally announced last Sunday at a pre-MWC 2018 Unpacked event, the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus are meant to directly succeed the 2017 Galaxy S8 lineup without doing away with its signature bezel-less design. Despite being visually similar to the previous series, the latest flagships offer a wide variety of performance enhancements and new software features, as well as significantly improved cameras backed by variable-aperture lenses. Much like their predecessors, the handsets are expected to outsell all of their Android-powered peers and convince tens of millions of consumers around the world it's time to upgrade their smartphones.