Update: AT&T has now shared their Galaxy S6 preorder details too.
T-Mobile and AT&T are both offering an HTC One M9 presale, but it looks like the un-carrier is also going to offer a similar promotion for Samsung’s Galaxy S6. Starting Friday, March 27 at 7 a.m. PDT you’ll be able to order Samsung’s newest flagship from T-Mobile, and the company says it will be shipping presale orders sometime before the device’s official April 10th launch date.
As for pricing, T-Mobile says that you can get the 32 GB variant at $0 down. The S6 will be $28.33/month for 24 months (totaling $679.92), and the S6 Edge is $32.49/month for 24 months (totaling $779.76). Prices go up from there for each storage tier, with the 64 GB variant of each requiring $99 down and the 128 variants requiring $199 down. As was expected, the S6 Edge is a $100 premium across the board.
T-Mobile is heavily touting many of its un-carrier benefits, including the company’s Carrier Freedom initiative, which will pay old phone payments and early termination fees for those that decide to switch over. Finally, T-Mobile says that customers will be getting a free 1-year Netflix subscription if they order their Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge device before April 12th. This comes out to be a pretty hefty $107.88 credit.
According to Samsung, the United States version of the Galaxy S 6 and Galaxy S 6 edge will be available in three colors: “Black Sapphire,” “White Pearl,” and “Gold Platinum.” Five major American carriers, including AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular and Verizon Wireless, will be carrying both the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge and will be confirming their own availability likely at some point in the coming days.