After T-Mobile announced the release of the Galaxy S6 edge+ earlier, the likes of AT&T and Sprint have now joined the list as well. Both carriers will be launching the handset on the same day i.e. the 21st of August. The pricing is different of course and we have listed them out for you below.
If you plan on getting the Galaxy S6 edge+ from AT&T, you can get it in both 32 and 64GB versions through the NEXT program. Under the Next24 plan, the 32GB version has been priced at $27.17 per month. You will have to spend $33.96 per month if you choose the Next18 plan and $40.75 for the Next12 plan. The 64GB version will be sold through AT&T’s Next 24 plan for $30.50 or $38.13 per month via Next18 and $45.75 through Next12.
Sprint is offering the 32 and 64GB versions of the Galaxy S6 edge+ with 2-year contract agreements at $349.99 and $449.99 respectively. If you opt for Sprint Easy Pay, you will be spending $0 down and 12 monthly installments of $33 or $37 if you opt for the 64GB model. This effectively translates to $792 and $888 for the 32 and 64GB models.
Check out our announcement post here to find out what’s new with the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+.
Source: AT&T, Sprint