GALAXY NOTE 5 AND S6 EDGE+ PRICING

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The global prices for the recently announced Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and S6 edge+ are yet to be announced by Samsung although some US carriers such as AT&T, Sprint and Verizon have announced their piricing plans for the Galaxy devices.

AT&T
AT&T would be offerring both the 32GB & 64GB versions of the Galaxy Note 5 and S6 edge+ on contract and off contract.

The 32GB version of the Galaxy Note 5 would be avaialble starting at $24.67 for the Next 24 plan (30 payments), $30.84 for the Next 18 plan (24 payments), $37 for the Next 12 plan (20 payments) and $839.99 for the unlocked version. The 64GB version would start at $28 for the Next 24 plan (30 payments),    $35 for the Next 18 plan (24 payments), $42 for the Next 12 plan (20 payments)  and $914.99 for the unlocked version.

The 32GB version of the Galaxy S6 edge+ would start at $27.17 for the Next 24 plan (30 payments), $33.96 for the Next 18 plan (24 payments), $40.75 for the Next 12 plan (20 payments) and $814.99 for the unlocked version.
The 64GB version would start at $30.50 for the Next 24 plan (30 payments),    $38.13 for the Next 18 plan (24 payments), $45.75 for the Next 12 plan (20 payments) and $914.99 for the unlocked version.

Sprint
  Sprint like AT&T is also offering both the 32GB and 64GB versions of the Galaxy Note 5 and S6 edge+. Sprint would be offering a "guaranteed $200 minimum credit" towards the Galaxy devices if you trade-in an old device. You can also grab a free Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 with new activation of a 2-year service. The 32GB version of the Galaxy Note 5 would start at $25 for the lease plan,   $30 for the Easy plan, $249.99 on a two year contract and $720 for an unlocked version. The 64GB version starts at $30 for the Lease plan, $34 for the Easy Plan, $349.99 for their 2 year contract plan and $812 for the unlocked version.
 The 32GB Galaxy S6 edge+ starts at $30 for their lease plan, $35 for the Easy plan, $349.99 for a 2 year plan and $792 for an unlocked version. The 64GB Galaxy S6 edge+ starts at $33 for the Lease plan, $37 for the Easy plan, $449.99 for a 2 year contract and $888 for an unlocked version.

T-Mobile
T-Mobile has unveiled their pricing for the 32GB versions of the Galaxy devices but not for the 64GB version.
The 32GB version of the Galaxy Note 5 would be available for $29.17 for a 24 month contract, the unlocked version carries a reference pricing of $699.99. The 64GB version of the Galaxy S6 edge+ would be available at $32.49 for a 24 month contract and $779.99 for an unlocked version.

T-Mobile is also offering would be customers a chance to get a special price of $25 per month for a 32GB version of the Galaxy Note 5, if they get one by the 30th of Sepetember.

Verizon
 Verizon has pegged the 32GB and 64GB versions Galaxy Note 5 at $32 and $36 respectively for a 24 month contract. The 32GB and 64GB versions of the Galaxy S6 edge+ starts at $29 and $33 respectively. Verizon would  be offering Galaxy Note 5 in black and white (32GB only) and the Galaxy S6 edge+ in gold (32GB only) and black. 
verizon is also offering customers a trade-in option for their old smartphones (in working consition) to get a minimum of $200 off on the cost of the new smartphone.  If one brings in one's number from another carrier, that customer would receive a $100 bill credit within 2-3 billing cycles after each new smartphone they purchase and activate.