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Galaxy Note 8 Deals On Major US Wireless Carriers

Have you been convinced to grab one once it released on September 15th? Or maybe you already placed an preorder with a carrier of your choice. Well… since this is a red hot device to be talking about today, we are going to break down the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 deals on 4 major US wireless carriers (AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon Wireless) and you will have a pretty good idea which carrier should you choose from for the Note 8.

The Best Price Comes From T-Mobile – $930 USD


If we purely talking about the device price, the best offer is from T-Mobile. The Note 8 will be sold for $930 USD from T-Mobile. It’s the cheapest price from all 4 major carriers. Of course, there are several options to pay for this luxurious device. With T-Mobile, you can pay in full which is $930 USD to get the Note 8 at the launch date. Or … let’s list options below,

  1. Pay In Full$930 USD at the launch date which is Septemper 15th (Friday)
  2. Installment program$210 USD down payment + $30 USD a month for 24 months
  3. Jump program$210 USD down payment + $30 USD a month. You can upgrade once you’ve paid off 50% of your current device,
  4. Jump On Demand (grandfather & new) program$0 down + $39 USD a month. 18 months lease program. After 18 months, you need to return the device in a good condition to upgrade to another device. You also have a choice to upgrade 3 times a year.
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* If you wanna know a bit more about T-Mobile's upgrade programs, you can click here.

AT&T – $949.99 retail price


AT&T has the second best offer in terms of the full retail price which is $19.99 more than T-Mobile is charging for. Same as T-Mobile, AT&T offers installment as well as upgrade programs.

  1. Pay In Full$949.99 USD at the launch date which is Septemper 15th (Friday)
  2. Installment program$0 down + $31.67 USD a month for 30 months
  3. AT&T NEXT$0 down + $31.67 USD a month. Upgrade elig. once 80% of device cost is paid.
    • Upgrade to a new smartphone every 2 years by trading in your eligible device
    • Pay off your smartphone in 30 months and enjoy lower monthly payments.
  4. AT&T NEXT Every Year$0 down + $39.59 USD a month. Upgrade elig. once 50% of device cost is paid.
    • Upgrade to a new smartphone every year by trading in your eligible device.
    • Pay off your smartphone in 24 months and enjoy low monthly payments.

Sprint – $960 USD retail price


Same old, same old. Pay in full or lease the device. Nowadays, more and more consumers opt-in the leasing program. Let’s list Sprint’s options below,

  1. Pay In Full$960 USD at the launch date which is Septemper 15th (Friday)
  2. Installment program$0 down + $40 USD a month for 24 months. (Option $5 extra a month per line early upgrade option plan within 30 days of the new activation of a new phone. After you’ve paid the $5 monthly charge for 12 consecutive months, you can upgrade to a new phone with monthly installments or a lease. Giveback of your current phone will be required.
  3. Sprint Flex 18-mo. lease$0 down + $40 USD a month.
    • Upgrade after 12 monthly payments. Included for iPhone 7/7+, Galaxy S8/8+, Galaxy Note8 and Sprint Deals phones, or add for $5/mo.
    • Or, buy it when your lease ends. You’ll pay the balance between full price and what you’ve paid so far.
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Sprint has another offer to lure users from other carriers. 

* Save 50% on the Samsung Galaxy Note8 lease 
Switch to Sprint and save 50% with a Sprint Flex Lease on the new Galaxy Note8. Plus, with Galaxy Forever, upgrade to the latest Galaxy any time after 12 lease payments, exclusively from Sprint. 

*$20/mo. 
after $20/mo. bill credit for 18 months on lease for well-qualified customer with new-line activ. Credit applied within 2 invoices.

 

Verizon Wireless – $960 USD retail price

  1. Pay In Full$960 USD at the launch date which is Septemper 15th (Friday)
  2. Installment program$0 down + $40 USD a month for 24 months.
  3. Annual Upgrade Program for Samsung DevicesUpgrade elig. once 50% of device cost is paid. For more information, click here.

 

In A Nutshell – Which One Is The Best


T-Mobile has the best offer here. Not only it has the cheapest offer but it gives most flexible ways for consumers to get their favorite devices on hands. On the contrary, Verizon Wireless is the least in this comparison. By the way, T-Mobile is telling their customers that if you make a pre-order, your device will be shipping SOON. You will probably get your hands on the Note 8 way before Sep. 15th. We guess that many of you (T-Mobile Note 8 Pre-Order customers) will get your shinny Note 8 in the next couple of days.

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* If you make a pre-order now, you will be eligible to get a free 128GB memory card and Fast Charge Wireless Charging Convertible ($189.99 value) OR get a Gear 360 Camera (worth $229).