As reported by Samsung recently, the Galaxy Note Edge is now available for purchase on three big carriers in the United States:- AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile.
The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge comes with a unique display that tapers to the perfect edge of the device. The Note edge display works independent of the main 5.6-inches screen and can be used in several new unique ways, including using it for speedy access to your favourite apps and using the device as a ruler.
However, this also means that the Galaxy Note Edge carries an exorbitant price. On AT&T, the phablet is offered for a staggering $399 on a two year contract. You also have the choice to purchase the device overall for $945 or through the carrier’s Next plans where you’ll be getting the new device for $0 outright but will be paying them $47.30 for 12 months, $39.42 for 18 months and $31.54 for 24 months.
Sprint is charging slightly higher for the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge on a two year contract at $429. You can also get the Note Edge from the Now network for a $0 down payment by paying them $35 for 24 months.
Last but not the least is T-Mobile, which is selling the device for a monthly installment of $36.25 over a period of 24 months or $870 overall.
The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is also slated to be available on Verizon and U.S. Cellular’s network, while both of them are yet to announce a specific release date and charges for it.