Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy Note 7 today and unsurprisingly its new flagship handset will be available from all four major carriers in the United States. Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint have all confirmed when customers will be able to pre-order the handset and when it’s going to be released. Most of them have also confirmed pricing for the Galaxy Note 7 as well.

Verizon starts taking pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 7 tomorrow and the handset will be available from its stores starting August 19. It’s yet to confirm pricing for the handset.

AT&T also opens pre-orders tomorrow and the release date is the same. The Galaxy Note 7 can be purchased for 30 payments of $29.34 or 24 payments of $36.67 on AT&T Next and AT&T Next Every Year respectively.

The dates are the same for T-Mobile as well. It’s offering the Galaxy Note 7 for $70 down and $32.50 for 24 months with the full retail price being listed as $849.99.

Last but not the least, Sprint confirms that its customers will also be able to pre-order the Galaxy Note 7 starting tomorrow with the handset being released on August 19.

All carriers will be offering freebies and promotions to entice customers who are in the market for Samsung’s new flagship handset so be sure to check out all of the deals before you make a decision.

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