Samsung announced the availability for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge for the United States. Quite expectedly the flagship duo will be released on April 10, while the pre-orders open tomorrow – March 27.
All US carriers will be offering the Galaxy S6 smartphone. AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular and Verizon will be carrying both the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, while Boost, Cricket and MetroPSC will offer the Galaxy S6 only.
AT&T will launch the 32GB Galaxy S6 for $ 22.84 via the AT&T Next 24 plans, while the Galaxy S6 edge will cost $ 27.17 on the Next 24. You can also opt for the Galaxy S6 with a 2-year contract for $ 200 or the Galaxy S6 edge and a 2-year agreement for $ 300. Contract-free prices are $ 685 for the Galaxy S6 and $ 814 for the Galaxy S6 edge.
T-Mobile‘s leasing plan for the Galaxy S6 has it on $ 28.33 for 24 months or $ 680 contract-free. The leasing for the Galaxy S6 edge is at $ 32.50 for 24 months or $ 780 cash commitment free.