The Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge will hit shelves March 11th and will be up for pre-order from AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon on February 23rd in the U.S. As always pricing plans will vary depending on your carrier but will be available in full at $670 for the S7 and $780 for S7 Edge.
Speaking of the pricing plans, you’re looking at a few cents over $23 for the S7 and $26.50 for the Edge over 30 months with AT&T. If you’re with Sprint, it will be $27 for the Galaxy S7 and just short of $28 and over $31 for the S7 Edge on a 24 month plan.
With T-Mobile you’re looking at a 24 month plan for the S7 and S7 Edge for under $28 and over $32 respectively. Verizon hasn’t announced its pricing plans, but will do so very soon. Eager Galaxy fans who pre-order their handset between the 23rd and the 18th will get a free Gear VR headset from Samsung.
If you’re wondering “Okay, what else can these carriers do for me,” two have a bonus promotion to get a Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge in your hands. Sprint will give new customers and current ones an extra S7 at half price if they snag one. The company is also running a trade-in/upgrade plan for Samsung phones. Meanwhile T-Mobile customers will get a year of Netflix if they pick up the latest in the Galaxy family.