This may interest many to know that galaxy S6 edge plus will sell globally on August 21 and comes in different colors ranging from gold, silver, black and white. However, different regions may carry different colors. Prices may vary by retailer and country but what i am sure of is that it definitely will cost more than Note 5.
in the US, Gold and black colors will be launched but silver and white will be made for other countries around the world.
i guess that question in your mind right now would be any of the following:
where can i get samsung galaxy s6 edge plus?
How much will it cost?
What is T-Mobile price for galaxy s6 egde plus?
What is sprint, u.s cellular and verizon price tags for the product?
How much would the 32GB memory capacity version cost?
i asked these too, and i was so glad when i found the answers.
The cost of the product will depend on services available or configured with it along with the memory capacity. so when Mr A says " i bought mine for $430, do not panic. just look out for the memory capacity and nodd your head and walk away.
AT&T is selling the Galaxy S6 edge+ in black or gold for $0 with its Next 24 (30 total payments), Next 18 (24 total payments) and Next 12 (20 total payments) plans. With Next 24, you get 32GB for $27.17 per month and 64GB for $30.50 per monthly. Next 18 prices the 32GB model at $33.96 monthly and the 64GB model at $38.13 monthly. With Next 12, it's $40.75 per month for 32GB and $45.75 per month for 64GB.
Sprint has four options to get the Galaxy S6 Edge+. With its Lease plan, the 32GB variant is $0 down and $30 per month and the 64GB option is $0 down and $35 monthly, until you pay off the balance or upgrade. With Spring Easy Pay, the 32GB phone is $0 down and $33 per month and the 64GB phone is $0 down and $37 monthly. With a two-year contract, you'll pay $349.99 for 32GB and $449.99 for 64GB. Off contract, 32GB costs $792 and 64GB is $888.
Verizon is charging $32 per month for 24 months with zero interest for the 32GB Galaxy S6 Edge+ (full price is $768), and $36 per month for 24 months with zero interest for the 64GB model (full price is $864). You can get either model in black or gold. Participating stores will have the phone on display starting August 2014.
T-Mobile is offering the phone in black and gold for $0 down, then $29.17 per month for 23 months and $29.08 for the 24th month. The full retail price is $699.99, which you can pay in full up front if you don't want to make monthly payments.
US Cellular will sell the 32GB version of the phone for $299, plus taxes and fees, with a two-year contract. Alternatively, you can get it with an installment plan for $0 down and 20 monthly payments of $38.40.