Samsung introduced the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus during a press conference in New York City on Thursday. The company didn’t provide pricing, since it will vary market to market and by carrier by carrier. However, we now have the U.S. prices for the big four U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint. U.S. Cellular will also offer the phone.
Some of the prices vary, however, depending on the model you choose and the capacity. Also, whether or not you’re signing up for an installment payment plan or choosing a 2-year contract (where available,) can vary. To make it easier on you, we’ve compiled a list of the prices for the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge across the four aforementioned carriers.
You’ll note some differences, like that T-Mobile isn’t offering a 64GB variant of either (at least not yet). Also, we’re focusing on off contract prices, since the payment options vary by carrier. Surprisingly, Verizon seems to have the best prices for off contract.
UPDATE: T-Mobile’s original press release did not include the 64GB variants. The carrier has since reached out with the information for both and they have been added to the table.
Here’s a closer look: