After plenty of waiting, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 is now available to buy.
You can buy the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 from AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, Amazon, Best Buy and of course, Samsung.com. Purchasing it from Samsung is actually going to give you the best deal, as you're able to finance it through Samsung – even for an unlocked version. And you'll also get a few freebies.
If you are on the fence about buying the Galaxy Z Fold 2, make sure to give our review a read through. It'll help you decide if you should spend $2,000 (plus tax) on this new smartphone.
The Galaxy Z Fold 2 is available to buy in two colors, everywhere in the US. That's Mystic Bronze and Mystic Black. No exclusive colors for different carriers this time around.
Over at AT&T, you can pick up the Galaxy Z Fold 2 for $66.67/month on its NEXT plan. Which means you're doing 30 monthly payments. Of you can pick it up for the full retail price of $1,999.
There's no freebies included with the Galaxy Z Fold 2 from AT&T, but you will still get the Galaxy Z Premier service, which is included with every Galaxy Z Fold 2 purchase.
T-Mobile is offering a form of a BOGO with the Galaxy Z Fold 2. If you open a new line, you can get $1,000 off of a second Samsung smartphone. This includes the Galaxy Z Fold 2, Galaxy Note 20, Note 20 Ultra, and a few others. It's not quite get one free, depending on the second (cheaper) device. But it's still quite good.
The Galaxy Z Fold 2 is also available in Mystic Bronze and Mystic Black at T-Mobile and will cost you $599 down, and $58.34 per month.
Verizon is offering a few different promos with the Galaxy Z Fold 2. It's offering a BOGO promo similar to T-Mobile, where you can get a second Galaxy Z Fold 2 at a big discount. You can also trade-in your phone for up to $250 off. Which is not a great promo honestly, as Samsung is offering up to $800 off for a trade-in. And if you switch to Verizon, they'll give you a $150 e-gift card.
The Galaxy Z Fold 2 is priced at $1,999 at Verizon, or you can pay $83.33 per month for 24 months. Which is still 0% APR.
Samsung is offering all three carrier variants, as well as an unlocked model. The unlocked model will work on all three carriers' 5G networks. Including Verizon's mmWave network. Additionally, Samsung is also doing the colored hinges, which is only available from Samsung.com. You can choose from Metallic Silver, Metallic Red, Metallic Yellow, Metallic Blue and Metallic Silver. There is also the Mystic Black and Mystic Bronze colors available, depending on the color you choose.
With the purchase of the Galaxy Z Fold 2, Samsung is still offering four months of YouTube Premium and six months Spotify Premium.
Over at Samsung.com, you can still finance your purchase, so you are not paying for the full $2,000 up front. And you have the ability to trade-in your smartphone as well. To get the Galaxy Z Fold 2 a bit cheaper. Depending on the phone you are trading in, it could be as low as $1199.
Best Buy offers the AT&T and Verizon models of the Galaxy Z Fold 2. Unfortunately T-Mobile customers won't be able to get their device from Best Buy.
If you activate it today, they will shave $100 off of the regular price, bringing it down to $1899. That's not a big discount, but hey it's $100 off for something you were going to do anyways.
Amazon only sells the unlocked Galaxy Z Fold 2, and right now, it is still sold out. So keep checking back and you might be able to snag one from Amazon. Which will be a nice thing to have.
It is available in Mystic Black and Mystic Bronze at Amazon. Like it is everywhere else.