Samsung has officially announced its latest flagship smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+, although one detail that they seem to have left out is how much the phones will cost. However regardless of that, it seems that major carriers in the US have since announced their own pre-order deals for the upcoming handset.


Starting with T-Mobile, the carrier has announced that pre-orders will be starting this week and they will be accepting trade-ins which will get customers up to $360 off the price of the Galaxy S9+ when they bring in an eligible handset. Verizon has also announced something similar where customers can get up to $350 in trade-in value (applied in the form of bill credit) when they bring in an eligible device.

Sprint does not mention anything about trade-ins, but the carrier has announced that customers will be able to purchase the handset from $33 a month or $38 a month for the Galaxy S9 and S9+ respectively. AT&T also does not seem to have a trade-in plan and will be charging customers $26.34 for the Galaxy S9 and $30.50 for the Galaxy S9+ in monthly payments over the course of 30-months.

For the most part this seems to be in line with what we’ve been hearing, which is that due to the alleged high prices of the new phones, carriers would be launching trade-in deals to help make it easier on customers.

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