The long-rumored Samsung Galaxy Note 5 phablet and Galaxy S6 Edge+ smartphones have been unveiled. Meanwhile, the U.S. carriers have reportedly started announcing their plans for the new handsets.

Here is a list of price and availability details of the Galaxy Note 5 from AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile.


According to GSM Arena, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 can be availed from AT&T via Next 24, 18 and 12 plans. The carrier offers both 32 GB and 64 GB storage variants of the latest flagship smartphone. Speaking of Galaxy Note 5 price, the handset’s 32 GB model will reportedly cost $24.67, $30.84 and $37 under Next 24, 18 and 12 plans, respectively. The device can also be purchased outright for $739.99.

Moving on to the 64 GB variant, the smartphone can be availed for $28, $35 and $42 under Next 24, 18 and 12 plans, respectively. The off-contract price is $839.99. In addition, buyers can also purchase the Galaxy Note 5 by trading in an older handset for up to $200.


T-Mobile is reportedly selling the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 under the JUMP! On Demand plan. Buyers who order the device prior to Aug. 20 can reportedly avail a year of free Netflix. It's worth noting that T-Mobile sells only the 32 GB variant of the Note 5, which can be purchased for $29.17 under the 24 monthly payment plan. Meanwhile, the device can also be availed without a contract for $699.99.


Sprint is now offering a trade-in deal with a "guaranteed $200 minimum credit." To top it off, buyers will also get a Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 for free by singing a new contract for a 2-year period. When it comes to price, the 32 GB variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will cost $25, $30 and $249.99 under Lease, Easy Pay and 2-year contract options, respectively. The off-contract price of the device is $720.

Meanwhile, the 64 GB variant can be purchased for $30, $34, $349.99 and $812 under Lease, Easy Pay, 2-year contract and off-contract modes, respectively.