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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 at Verizon – Release Date and Price Guide

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3: Verizon Release Date and Other Details

With the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 becoming official, mobile operators around the world are making the necessary preparations for the handset’s arrival on their shelves. As speculated before, Samsung is planning on releasing the gadget in a large part of the global market sometime by the end of September. Carriers in the US are also gearing up for the gadget’s launch, and assuming that you’re a Verizon customer then you may want to learn all there is to know about the phablet’s availability on Big Red’s network.

Verizon has recently fired-up its pre-order page for the device, revealing the on and off-contract price as well as the expected shipping date. Interested in Samsung Galaxy Note 3 at Verizon? Join us after the break.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 at Verizon - Release Date and Price Guide

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 at Verizon – Release Date and Price Guide

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 at Verizon: Release Date, Price

Cutting to the chase, Big Red is now offering the Note 3 for pre-order at the price of $299.99 on a 2-year agreement. If you are more interested in the off-contract price, then you should learn that the gadget arrives with a price tag of $699.99. On “Verizon Edge”, the handset will set you back $29.16 a month.

As for the shipping date, Verizon claims that the handset will ship by October 10, but take that bit of information with a pinch of salt. During these past several months, Big Red has moved around its shipping date for several smartphones quite a lot, so we can never be too sure.

I should also mention that the Note 3 at Verizon is being offered in black and white, and both flavors appear to share the same shipping date. Which one would you rather pick? Or, are you interested in the Note 3 to begin with? If yes, then what are the features that you’re looking forward the most? If not, then what made you decide against buying this handset? Its size, or perhaps the odd faux leather back panel? Whatever the case, don’t hesitate to share your thoughts below.

Source: Verizon Wireless