Samsung announced the availability for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge for the United States. Quite expectedly the flagship duo will be released on April 10, while the pre-orders open tomorrow – March 27.
All US carriers will be offering the Galaxy S6 smartphone. AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular and Verizon will be carrying both the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, while Boost, Cricket and MetroPSC will offer the Galaxy S6 only.
AT&T will launch the 32GB Galaxy S6 for $ 22.84 via the AT&T Next 24 plans, while the Galaxy S6 edge will cost $ 27.17 on the Next 24. You can also opt for the Galaxy S6 with a 2-year contract for $ 200 or the Galaxy S6 edge and a 2-year agreement for $ 300. Contract-free prices are $ 685 for the Galaxy S6 and $ 814 for the Galaxy S6 edge.
T-Mobile‘s leasing plan for the Galaxy S6 has it on $ 28.33 for 24 months or $ 680 contract-free. The leasing for the Galaxy S6 edge is at $ 32.50 for 24 months or $ 780 cash commitment free.
Boost Mobile will be offering the 32GB Galaxy S6 for $ 650 free of contracts.
Finally, Sprint lists the 32GB Galaxy S6 for $ 80 per month for 2 years – device leasing and carrier services included. The 32GB Galaxy S6 edge monthly payment is a total of $ 85. If you are interested into the 64 or 128GB models just add $ 5 or $ 10 to those fees.
You will be also able to get Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge through various partners such as Best Buy (Samsung Experience Shops), Amazon, Costco Wholesale, Sam’s Club, Target and Walmart.