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Samsung Galaxy S5 from T-Mobile up for pre-order today

Galaxy S5

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is now up for pre-order from T-Mobile in the U.S. The smartphone is already available via pre-order from AT&T, Sprint and U.S. Cellular, so the inclusion of T-Mobile to that list is very welcome. The smartphone will officially reach customers by the 11th of April as with any other carrier variant. T-Mobile also guarantees that pre-order customers will not have to wait in line to get their smartphone when it becomes available in stores.

Customers can buy it for $660 up front or opt for the monthly installment plans which will cost $27.50 for a period of two years with zero down payment. These are the only options available since T-Mobile doesn’t offer smartphones on contracts anymore. So if you’re keen on getting the Galaxy S5 from T-Mobile, head over to its dedicated page from the link below to make sure you’re ahead in line when the smartphone becomes available in a couple of weeks from now.

In the meantime, watch the official unboxing video of the smartphone, courtesy of T-Mobile.

Source: T-Mobile

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  1. I would probably use a Galaxy S5 only if it is given for free, and the carrier charges are very less, as a compromise for having to make up with all the bloatware on the device.

  2. The contract is going to cost a lot more in the long run. If it were me, I would avoid this device completely. Not worth the $600. Maybe HTC One would be a better.

  3. I could definitely get into a contract-free smartphone, especially if I can make payments on it as opposed to paying over $600 for it up front. I will have to ask around and see how T-Mobile’s service is around here.

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