Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is now available on T-Mobile, Sprint and AT&T in the United States

BY Rajesh Pandey

Published 14 Nov 2014


As announced by Samsung last month, the Galaxy Note Edge is now available for purchase on three major carriers in the United States: AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile.

The Galaxy Note Edge comes with a unique display that tapers to the right edge of the device. The edge display works independent of the primary 5.6-inch screen and can be used in many new unique ways, including using it for quick access to your favorite apps and using the device as a ruler.

Sadly, this also means that the Galaxy Note Edge carries an exorbitant price tag. On AT&T, the phablet is available for a staggering $399 on a two-year contract. You also have the option to purchase the device outright for $945 or through the carrier’s Next plans where you will be getting the device for $0 outright but will be paying them $47.30 for 12 months, $39.42 for 18 months or $31.54 for 24 months.

Sprint is charging slightly higher for the Galaxy Note Edge on a two-year contract at $429. You can also get the device from the Now network for a $0 down payment by paying them $35 for the next 24 months.

Last but not the least is T-Mobile, which is selling the handset for a monthly installment of $36.25 over a period of 24 months or $870 outright.

The Galaxy Note Edge is also slated to be available on Verizon and U.S. Cellular’s network, though both of them are yet to announce a specific release date and pricing for it.