Samsung’s new wearable device is finally making its way to carriers in the United States, T-Mobile is one of the carriers that will be offering it to its customers, and today Magenta has confirmed when its customers will be able to pick up the Gear S2. The smartwatch will be available for purchase from participating T-Mobile stores as well as the carrier’s online store from November 15th.


Existing T-Mobile subscribers can add the smartwatch to their current smartphone plan for an additional $5 per month, this will enable them to call, email or text as much as they want straight from their wrist. They’ll get up to 500MB of data for the smartwatch which should be good enough for a wearable device.

T-Mobile is going to sell the Gear S2 in two colors, Dark Gray and Silver, for $0 down and 23 equal monthly payments for $15 plus a final payment of $14.99 in the 24th month. Those who would rather pay upfront will have to put down $359.99 for a cellular-enabled variant of the Gear S2.

Unlike Verizon which has already started to take pre-orders for this wearable device, T-Mobile hasn’t opened them up just yet, instead it’s inviting interested people to sign up to receive more information about the Gear S2 on T-Mobile.

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