Earlier today Samsung confirmed that the Galaxy Note 4 release has been penciled in for next month. Starting tomorrow pre-orders for the company’s latest flagship will also go live. A short while after that announcement major carriers in the U.S. started confirming their pricing and availability details for this device. Here we have the AT&T Galaxy Note 4 price and release details for those who want to pick up their new Samsung device from this carrier.

There’s two routes that customers can take at AT&T. They can either pay $299.99 upfront and sign a two year service contract or they can opt for AT&T’s equipment installment plans which will divide the cost of Galaxy Note 4 over several months.

Under the AT&T Next 18 plan customers will have to make equal monthly payments of $34.42. They can also choose to go with the AT&T Next 12 plan which requires equal monthly payments of $41.30 that will go towards the total cost of Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Customers who don’t want any subsidy and would like their device to be contract free will have to part with $825.99.

AT&T will start accepting pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 tomorrow through its website. It expects to start shipping pre-ordered units on October 14th. The carrier says that full retail sales date will be disclosed in the near future.

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