Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Pre-Orders Open At T-Mobile

T-Mobile has opened its pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 9 as well. And while it may not feature the BOGO promotions that AT&T and Verizon are right now. T-Mobile does offer a way to save up to $500 off of the price of the Galaxy Note 9. You can trade in your existing Samsung smartphone and get up to $500 off of the price of the Galaxy Note 9, which is still a pretty good deal. As always, the newer the Samsung smartphone, the more you'll get for it and can put towards your Galaxy Note 9 purchase. But this trade-in only works on T-Mobile's Equipment Installment Plan, so you will need to finance it.

Pre-ordering the Galaxy Note 9 from T-Mobile does mean that you'll still be able to get all of the promotions that Samsung has available. That includes the Fortnite bundle which has that exclusive Galaxy Skin and 15,000 V-bucks, or the AKG noise cancelling headphones - of course, you can buy both for $99. The Galaxy Note 9 is available for pre-order now through August 23, and that is how long these promotions will last for Samsung's Next Big Thing, so if you are looking to enjoy one of these gifts from Samsung, you'll want to pre-order soon.

The Galaxy Note 9 was announced on August 9 and it's a pretty big deal. Samsung made the screen a tiny bit larger, while keeping the same body size as the Galaxy Note 8. That brings the screen to about 6.4-inches, and there's no notch. So those that are not a fan of the notched-smartphones these days, you'll be happy to hear that. There's a Snapdragon 845 chipset inside, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. There is also a 512GB of storage model here, which will cost you $1249, while the 128GB model is $999. You can pick up either of these from T-Mobile on its EIP for $279 down and $30 per month or $579 down and $30 per month.

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