Carriers are ready to shut up and take your money. T-Mobile and AT&T announced pricing today, while a leaked Verizon document has revealed the on- and off-contract prices Big Red will charge for the device. Let’s do this alphabetically.
As of 12:01 a.m. ET, the knights of Ma Bell can acquire the Note 3 for $300 cash money with a two-year contract. Those opting into the AT&T Next program can rent-to-own the phone for $35 a month, or roughly $700 total. AT&T purports arrival dates near the first of October. The Galaxy Gear is on its way to Ma Bell in the coming weeks. Pre-order your AT&T Note 3 variant now.
T-Mobile’s JUMP program will offer the device for $199.99 down with 24 monthly payments of $21. Keep in mind that the JUMP program includes discounts on monthly service; some customers may come out even once the service discount is taken into consideration. You must have not upgraded your phone for the past 18 months to avoid an additional upgrade fee, something I learned the hard way. If you pre-order the Note 3 from T-Mobile prior to September 15, you could win a free Galaxy Gear.
A leaked document received by AndroidSPIN claims the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will set Big Red customers back $699 without a contract or $299 with a two-year commitment. Those who want to bundle the Galaxy Gear can get both devices for $599. The pricing curtain should be lifted any time now, and we will update this post with official Verizon pricing once it becomes available.
Official Verizon pricing is in. The Note 3 will cost $299.99 with a 2-year contract or $0 down and $29.16 per month on Verizon EDGE (that’s $699.58 over two years). You can bundle the Note 3 and Galaxy Gear for $599.98 with a two-year contract. Pre-order for the Note 3 and Galaxy Gear is available now, and the devices will ship by October 10.