With the Samsung Galaxy Note8 announced earlier this morning, the focus now turns to the carriers here in the United States as to what the pricing is going to be for their customers. As for Samsung, they will be selling the Note8 unlocked for $960 and that is pretty much on par with carriers but with added payment options.
AT&T hasn’t explicitly called out their pricing for the Note8 at the time of this post but we do know that it will be $31.67 per month for 30 months. If you order before September 14th, you get your choice of either a Gear 360 Camera or the Galaxy Foundation Kit which contains a 128GB EVO+ microSD card and wireless charging station.
Verizon will be selling the phone outright for $960 with a payment plan of $40 per month for 24 months. Verizon is also offering a 50% discount on eligible trade-ins, the details of which were not released, on the phone.
Pricing from T-Mobile was very similar to that of Verizon. They will be selling the phone for $930 outright with a $39 per month over 24 months for payment plans. They are also offering the same promotion as AT&T on the Gear 360 Camera or the Galaxy Foundation Kit.
Finally, Sprint is offering the phone outright for $960 but if you go on their Flex program, you can pay only $20 per month for 24 months. That makes the phone about $480 which is a substantial discount.
More details from all of the carriers will likely be released tomorrow on what storage size will be available at these price points and any other promotions.