Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 is coming to all the four major carriers in the United States

BY Rajesh Pandey

Published 3 Sep 2014

Galaxy_Note_4_shin

Less than 4 hours after its initial announcement from Samsung, all the major carriers in the United States have confirmed that they will be carrying the Galaxy Note 4 as well. 

Considering how popular the Galaxy Note series from Samsung is, this announcement should not really come as a surprise.

First in line is AT&T whose press release states that it will be among the “first US carriers” to sell the Galaxy Note 4 as well as the Galaxy Note Edge.

T-Mobile was a bit less vague in its press release and stated that the Galaxy Note 4 will be available on its network sometime in October, with the Galaxy Note Edge joining it “later this fall.”

The press release from Sprint also states that the Note 4 will go on sale next month. The carrier, however, did not mention anything about the release date of the Note Edge.

Last but not the least is Verizon whose press release states that the Galaxy Note 4 will release “soon”, with the Galaxy Note Edge expected to go on sale “later this fall.”

None of the carriers mentioned anything about the pricing of the devices, but if history is anything to go by, the Note 4 will set users back by $299 on a two-year contract.

[Via Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon and AT&T]