All US carriers will be offering the Galaxy S6 as well as S6 edge smartphones. AT&T, US Cellular, Sprint, T Mobile, and Verizon will carry both the devices, while MetroPSC and Cricket Foster will provide only Galaxy S6.
AT&T will launch the Galaxy S6 for $22.84 (32GB), $26.17 (64GB) and $29.50 (128GB) via the AT&T Next 24 plans. The phone on a 2-year contract will cost you $199.99 (32GB), $299.99 (64GB) and $399.99 (128GB). If you are not comfortable with monthly fee, the carrier is offering it without contract at $684.99, $784.99 and $884.99 for 32, 64, and 128GB models respectively.
The premium version is also available on the carrier via Next 24 plan, where the Galaxy S6 edge will cost $27.17 (32GB), $30.50 (64GB), and $33.84 (128GB). For the 2-year contract and contract free device, all storage variants will be $100 & $130 costlier than the Galaxy S6.
[quote_box_center]Sprint offers the 32GB Galaxy S6 on a 2-year contract for $80 per month inclusive of carrier services. For the 64 and 128GB models, add $5 and $10 respectively to 32GB price. The Galaxy S6 edge 32GB will be accessible for the monthly payment of $85.[/quote_box_center]
[quote_box_center]T-Mobile‘s leasing plan for the 32GB Galaxy S6 costs $28.33 for 24 months or take it without contract at $690. The Galaxy S6 edge 32GB will be available at $32.50 for 24 months or a contract-free unit at $780. [/quote_box_center]
[quote_box_center]On Boost Mobile the Galaxy S6 32GB will be accessible contract-free at $650. [/quote_box_center]
The popular smartphones will also be available via various partners like Amazon, Sam’s Club, Walmart, Best Buy etc.