Samsung Galaxy Note 3 at Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint – Release Date and Price Info
Is anyone eagerly waiting for the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3? We know we are, and we can barely wait to get a chance and see what Samsung’s third phablet is capable of. In the meantime however, all we can do is to keep a close eye on the handset’s whereabouts, and keep you ladies and gents informed on when, where and at what price we might see the Note 3 hitting the shelves.
That’s exactly what we’ll do today, so if you’re planning on buying the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 from Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile or Sprint but you don’t know when you may be able to do so, then join us after the break for details. Just keep in mind that, while certain carriers have been courageous enough to give us official information about the smartphone’s launch, some (or one) mobile operators chose to remain quiet. That said, we’ll have to rely on our speculations to try and figure out what’s what.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 at Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint
Starting off with Verizon, Big Red has been quite eager to announce the Note 3, and in fact, the handset is already available for pre-order, in both black and white flavors. The carrier in question offers the handset at the price of $299.99 on a 2-year contract / $0 down on a $29.31 monthly Verizon Edge plan, or $699.99 off-contract. Big Red claims the shipping date to be October 12, but that may still be subject to change.
AT&T is yet another US carrier who is already offering the Note 3 on pre-order terms. The gadget will set you back $299.99 on a 2-year agreement, $549.99 on a 1-year contract or $724.99 on Month to Month. The device is expected to be shipped on October 1, making AT&T the first carrier to deliver the phablet in the States.
Although the Note 3 is not yet available for pre-purchase at T-Mobile (but it will be starting with September 18th), we’re expecting Magenta to be the second carrier to offer the phablet in its stores, on October 2. T-Mobile will ask for $199.99 for the device, on a 24-month agreement.
Lastly, there’s Sprint which, unfortunately, has remained rather quiet. What we know so far, officially, is that the carrier will launch the device this fall. That’s one huge timeframe and we’re not really that pleased with it, so let’s speculate that the Note 3 will land on the Now Network sometime in October as well, at around $299 on-contract. After all, Sprint’s model has already paid the FCC a visit (alongside AT&T’s variant), so I see no real reason for a delay. In any case, we’ll keep you up to speed so stay tuned.