Following the lead of AT&T and U.S. Cellular, T-Mobile on Thursday announced pricing details for the Galaxy S5, though no actual release date was shared. The big news, however, is that customers will be able to pick up the Galaxy S5 for $0 down, and $27.50 per month when paired with the company's famous Simple Choice plans. Or, if you prefer to purchase the device in-full, you can expect to pay $660.
T-Mobile will start taking pre-orders on March 24, so you still have a few days to wait. The carrier's CEO John Legere said T-Mobile has already seen more than half a million pre-registrations for the Galaxy S5, showing just how much people are anticipating the device. People who pre-order before March 31 will get a special introductory price, T-Mobile said. It appears, according to T-Mobile's release, that the prices mentioned above are the special introductory prices ($27.50 per month x two-years; $660 total.) It's unclear how things will change beyond the March 31 introductory deadline.
There's no mention of Samsung's lineup of wearables including the Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit, but chances are we'll hear word sooner or later if T-Mobile plans to stock them. In addition to availability for the Galaxy S5, T-Mobile is also offering $120 off the Galaxy Tab 3 with a qualifying Mobile Internet plan.