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Samsung finally took the wraps off its new Galaxy Note 7 earlier today, but as usual, pre-ordering the phone isn’t exactly the easiest thing to do. As mentioned by Samsung earlier today, the Note 7 going to be available on all four of the major US carriers, but each one is going about pre-orders and special offers in a different way. Keep reading for the full rundown…

AT&T

AT&T will begin offering the Galaxy Note 7 starting tomorrow, August 3rd, although we’re not quite sure what time in the day pre-orders go live. You’ll be able to get the phone in blue, black and silver, and it’s going to cost $29.34 per month for 30 months or $36.67 for 24 months with AT&T Next. AT&T is offering a few different deals:

  • Buy one Galaxy Note 7 and get a $695 in monthly AT&T Next credits to purchase a second.
  • Buy a Galaxy Note 7 and get a free Samsung Gear S2 with 2-year agreement
  • Buy a Galaxy Note 7 and get a Galaxy Tab E for $0.99

Verizon

Just like the other carriers on this list, Verizon’s pre-orders also go live starting tomorrow, August 3rd. You’ll be able to pre-order the phone online-only starting at 12AM ET, and — unsurprisingly — you will be able to choose between a free Gear Fit 2 and a 256GB microSD card. You’ll be able to get the phone in blue, black and silver. Pricing has yet to be unveiled.

Sprint

You’ll be able to pre-order the phone from Sprint’s website starting tomorrow, and as we exclusively reported yesterday, you’ll also get your choice of a 256GB microSD card or a Gear Fit 2. Pricing has yet to be unveiled.

T-Mobile

Head over to T-Mobile’s website to sign up for pre-orders, which open tomorrow, August 3rd, at noon. You’ll be able to pre-order the phone online, by phone, or of course at a local T-Mobile retail outlet. You’ll be able to get the phone in blue, black and silver and T-Mobile’s pricing starts at $850, or $70 down with monthly payments of $32.50 for 24 months. You’ll also get your choice of a microSD card or the Gear Fit 2.

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