Soon after Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note Edge alongside the Galaxy Note 4 back at IFA 2014 major carriers in the US confirmed that they will start selling this device in the fall. At that time they didn’t reveal exactly how much it will cost or when it will start shipping but that information has finally been made public today.
Customers in the US will be able to purchase a Galaxy Note Edge starting November 14th. The smartphone is going to be sold by AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint and US Cellular. It will be possible to purchase the device either on an installment plan or upfront but bear in mind that its not exactly cheap.
Galaxy Note Edge costs $945.99 upfront on AT&T but there are other options available as well. The carrier lets customers put $0 down on the AT&T Next plan and then pay monthly installments of $47.30 for 12 months or $39.42 for 18 months. Galaxy Note Edge costs $399.99 with a new two year service contract.
While Sprint hasn’t revealed its upfront price as yet the Galaxy Note Edge will be available on its Easy Pay plan for $0 down and monthly installments of $35 which last 24 months.
Other carriers will soon confirm their pricing as well.