Earlier today Samsung announced their latest smartwatches in the form of the Gear S2 and the Gear S2 Classic. These are some pretty nice-looking wearables and the good news is that if you’re wondering where you might be able to get them, you’re in luck as several carriers have since announced that they will be carrying the device.
For starters T-Mobile has announced that they will be selling the Gear S2 later this fall. The price of the watch will be set at $5 a month, meaning that you’re basically buying it on an installment plan. There will be 500MB of data accompanying the plan, along with access to unlimited music streaming via Samsung’s Milk Music.
Other US carriers that have also announced their support include AT&T, Verizon, and US Cellular. All three carriers state that they will offer the device in the fall, but specific release dates, plans, or pricing have yet to be determined, but we expect that information to be made available closer to its release.
At the moment it appears that Sprint is the only major US carrier that has not publicly announced that they will offer the device. Either they don’t have plans to sell the Gear S2 at their stores, or they are saving the announcement for later, but we’ll be keeping an eye out for it all the same.
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