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T-Mobile Skips Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+ Pre-orders, Open Sales Tuesday


With the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ and the Galaxy Note 5 con summers are looking to get their hands on these new devices.

Now everyone would be thinking of preordering these devices as they will be in high demand and may run out of stock but the surprise is that T-Mobile is not taking any pre-orders. Instead the carrier will go straight to direct sales.

The CEO of T-Mobile John Legere revealed this news through his Twitter account. The carrier will be selling the Galaxy Note 5 at a price of $699.99 for the 32GB variant and $799.99 for the 64GB variant.

Well don’t need to panic as you will obviously get the installment plans. On the other hand the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ will be sold for $779.99 for the 32GB variant and $859.99 for the 64GB variant.

Apart from this T-Mobile is also offering free Netflix service for a year if you buy any of these smartphones from the carrier.

John Legere also mentioned that the device will be shipped as soon as possible and in reality we actually don’t know what this means. So hurry up before the stock runs out and you miss on these outstanding Samsung phablets.


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