Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ pricing and deals for US carriers announced
The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ are now official, and they're both coming to every major US carrier. The question for folks that are interested in one of Samsung's new flagship phones is, how much will they cost?
Most of the US carriers have now announced their pricing and special deals for the Galaxy S9 and S9+. Here's how it all breaks down:
- Galaxy S9 is $26.34 per month for 30 months, Galaxy S9+ is $30.50 per month for 30 months.
- Sprint will charge $0 down and $33 per month for 18 months for the Galaxy S9 on a Sprint Flex lease, while the Galaxy S9+ will cost $0 down and $38 per month for 18 months on a Sprint Flex lease.
- Galaxy S9 is $0 down and $30 per month for 24 months on EIP, $0 down and $32 per month on JUMP! On Demand. Galaxy S9+ is $120 down and $30 per month on EIP, $120 down and $31 per month on JOD.
- T-Mo is also offering up to $360 off the S9 or S9+ when you trade in an eligible smartphone. The $360 comes in the form of 24 monthly bill credits. Phones that qualify for $360 trade-in value include the GS7 and up, Note 8, iPhone 6s and up, and LG V30/V30+. Phones that qualify for $200 trade-in value include the GS4-GS6, Note 4 and 5, iPhone 5s, iPhone SE, iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, LG V20, LG G5 and G6.
- Galaxy S9 is $33.33 per month for 24 months, Galaxy S9+ is $38.74 per month for 24 months.
- Verizon customers can save up to $350 off a GS9 or GS9+ with qualifying trade-in. Requires GS9 or GS9+ to be purchased on device payment plan, account must remain active for 24 months to get all credits. Devices eligible for trade-in include the iPhone SE and up, Galaxy S5 and up, Note 4 and up, HTC One M9 and up, LG G4 and up, LG V10 and up, Moto Z Play and Turbo 2 and up. Trade-in value ranges from $100 to $350 depending on model.
- No pricing details for the Galaxy S9 and S9+ have been announced by US Cellular as of this post.
- US Cellular will offer up to $350 off the Galaxy S9 or S9+ when you trade in an eligible smartphone, purchase an S9 or S9+ on a 30-month contract, and sign up for a Total Plan with Unlimited Data and Device Protection+. Customers can get $250 off an S9 or S9+ without trading in a device.
- Samsung will sell unlocked versions of the Galaxy S9 and S9+ through its web store. The Galaxy S9 will cost $719.99 or $30 per month for 24 months, while the Galaxy S9+ will set buyers back $839.99 or $35 per month for 24 months.
The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ will be available for pre-order starting March 2, and both phones will launch on March 16. In addition to being available on the five postpaid carriers mentioned above, Samsung's Galaxy S9 will also be available on Cricket Wireless, MetroPCS, and Boost Mobile for prepaid customers.