Where to buy the Galaxy Note 8

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Where to buy the Galaxy Note 8

Where can I buy the Galaxy Note 8?You won’t be short of choices when it comes to buying the Galaxy Note 8, no matter what country you’re in or the carrier you’re on.The Galaxy Note 8 is expensive, for sure, and that means people are going to be cross-shopping a bit to see what carrier or retailer can give them the best deal. Here are all of the most popular places to buy the Galaxy Note 8 around the world, and how much they’re charging.Note: This post is being continuously updated with new information as carriers and retailers announce the details of their Note 8 sales.

U.S.

Best Buy

Best Buy is offering the AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and proper U.S. unlocked versions of the Note 8 in Midnight Black and Orchid Grey. The pricing is in line with what the carriers themselves are charging, and the unlocked version will be available for $930.During the pre-order period, Best Buy has a discount in the $75 to $150 off range when you buy the Verizon, AT&T or Sprint models, which is a great deal.See at Best Buy

T-Mobile

Pricing for the T-Mobile Note 8 breaks down like this: $210 down, and an additional $30 per month for 24 months. Quick math will tell you that’s a full retail price of $930 if you want to buy it outright. If you’re part of T-Mobile’s Jump! On Demand program, you’ll be able to grab it for $0 down, but also spend $39 per month instead. You can choose between black and orchid grey, just like the other carriers.T-Mobile is of course participating in Samsung’s promotional giveaway for those who pre-order, offering a free Gear 360 camera (regularly $229) or an SD card and wireless charger ($190) when you pick up your Note 8.See at T-Mobile

Verizon

The big red carrier has the Midnight Black and Orchid Grey available for pre-order. The phone will be available for $960 total, or $40 spread over 24 months. For a limited time, users will be able to get a bundled 128GB SD card and Fast Wireless Charger (a $190 value) or a bundled Samsung Gear 360 camera (valued at $230). Users will also be able to save $100 on the Gear S3 with a purchase of the Galaxy Note 8 or S8. Users can also save $50 on a wireless charger, portable charger and car charger bundle.Verizon will also have the new Gear VR headset with controller online and in stores beginning September 15 for $130.See at Verizon

AT&T

AT&T has the Note 8 for $31.67 per month for 30 months, or $950 total. AT&T is also offering a buy-one, get-one free deal on the Note 8 when it is purchased on AT&T Next with a DirecTV subscription. Customers with DirecTV will also qualify for $500 off a Samsung TV when they purchase the Note 8. AT&T will also offer the Gear S2 for 99 cents or Gear S3 for $50 on a 2-year agreement when customers buy a Note 8 on AT&T Next. Finally, AT&T is letting customers trade in existing devices for up to $200 in credits.AT&T also notes the Note 8 will be one of the first devices compatible with its “5G evolution” network.See at AT&T

Sprint

Customers switching to Sprint will be able to get the Note 8 for 50% off when leasing the phone, only paying $20 per month for 18 months as part of Sprint’s “Sprint Flex” program. That totals only $360, which is a pretty great deal on the device. Existing Sprint customers will be able to get the device for $40 per month for 18 months, totaling $720. Users can also participate in Sprint’s “Galaxy Forever” program, which will let them upgrade to a new Samsung flagship after 12 months.See at Sprint

Xfinity Mobile

Comcast’s mobile arm will have the Note 8 beginning September 15. The carrier has yet to announce a price, preorder details or bundle information. We will update this section when those become available.

UK

Carphone Warehouse

Carphone Warehouse has the Note 8 in Midnight Black or Maple Gold for �869 SIM-free for the 64GB model. It also has a variety of plans with different down payments, like �59 up-front and an additional �49 per month for a 5GB plan.See at Carphone Warehouse

Samsung

Samsung has the Note 8 in both colors for the same RRP � �869 � as Carphone Warehouse. The manufacturer’s online storefront is also the only place to get hold of a dual-SIM version of the phone, in either color, for the same price as the single-SIM model.See at Samsung

O2

O2 has the Note 8 up for pre-order on a wide range of plans, with prices starting at �49.99 upfront and �66 per month, for 24 months. Data allowances come in at between 3GB and 50GB, and you can adjust your upfront fee to cut down on your monthly expenditure. Pre-order by September 14 to claim a free DeX dock.See at O2

EE

EE’s Note 8 plans start at �57.99 per month and �89.99 upfront, which gets you a 5GB allowance and up to 60Mbps speed. Step up to �62.99 monthly and �49.99 upfront for a 12GB allowance at EE’s fastest speeds. Or max out at �72.99 per month and �29.99 upfront with a 40GB plan, which comes with BT Sport access. Like O2, if you pre-order by September 14 you’ll get a free DeX dock.See at EE

Three

Three has the Galaxy Note 8 available from �44.00 a month, with �99 payable upfront � thought hat only gets you a paltry 500MB data allowance. A more reasonable 12GB data bucket costs �79.00 upfront and �56 per month, though plans are available with up to 100GB, or unlimited “All You Can Eat” data.See at Three

Vodafone UK

Vodafone has the Note 8 with 64GB storage in black or gold, with a whole host of plans that vary the monthly payments. You can have an up-front cost of as little as �10 with a �72 monthly plan, or as high as �300 down with �43 per month thereafter.See at Vodafone UK

Canada

Telus

Telus has the Midnight Black and Deep Sea Blue 64GB Note 8’s for (finish consuming any liquids) $1299 outright, or $550 or $750 down and the rest of the cost spread over a 2-year contract. Canadian customers are still eligible for the 128GB microSD card and Fast Wireless Charger bundle for those that order in the first month.See at Telus

Rogers

Rogers has both the Midnight Black and Deep Sea Blue Note 8 for $549 on a 2-year Share Everything Premium+ plan, or $749 on a 2-year Share Everything Premium plan. The phone is also available for $1325 outright, which is higher than some of the other carriers in the country.All pre-orders come with a free 128GB microSD card and Samsung’s excellent convertible fast wireless charger.See at Rogers

Bell

Bell has the same configurations as its competitors � 64GB, Midnight Black and Deep Sea Blue � at identical pricing to Rogers, except for one thing: the outright price is $1349.99, not $1325.The two-year pricing is $549.99 on a price plan $70 or more, or $749.99 on a price plan of $60 or more.All pre-orders come with a free 128GB microSD card and Samsung’s excellent convertible fast wireless charger.See at Bell

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