T-Mobile Galaxy Note II Pricing Sneaks A Peek, Looks To Be A Go For Tomorrow

With another set of leaked pricing hinting at a $369.99 Classic Plan price (after $50 mail-in rebate) and price cards dated for tomorrow, all signs point to a Galaxy Note II launch tomorrow. Is it possible we will see a midnight announcement from T-Mobile with availability beginning bright and early tomorrow morning? We hope so and if we do I hope you all have your credit cards ready and hopefully, an upgrade ready and waiting as well.

Looks like full invoice dropped to $649.

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  • aww yeah!

    just reneg my contract. unlimited 4g/talk/text 79.99 w/loyalty discount + 10% corp disc, ill be payin around 70 a month! get that sweet note 2 in 9hrs, a third party app for wifi tether, and im in business!

    • aww yeah!

      sidenote: they tried to put me on value plan, had to tell them i was more interested in a subsidized phone, since value would just negate any decent savings. much better option here.

      • JayMoney88

        …What? The value plan ALWAYS comes out to be cheaper than the classic plan. It’s done that way on purpose. for example Classic Plan Unlimited Talk, text, TRULY Unlimted Data =$89.99 (Bill will never decrease) /Galaxy Note $419. Value Plan Unlimited Talk, Text, Truly Unlimited Data $69.99 / Galaxy Note $249.99 then 20 per month for 20 months = $89.99 for 20 MONTHS (not for the rest of the time you are with t-mobile). So essentially the phone is less expensive upfront and you see heavy savings after 20 months or immediately if you bring your own device.

  • kev2684

    they just moved the t-mobile logo to “Find it at” section with US Cellular rather being on “Coming Soon” section. i guess they are releasing this monster tomorrow for realz. better go to sleep now!

    • Freddie Lopez

      Yep! Can’t wait!

  • Mike Mack

    I’m going to use this with my tmobile $30 unlimited text & web prepaid paln, ftw

  • GinaDee

    Perception is everything.

    I say they just offer Value Plans. Stop telling people that they are really paying full price for the phone because that verbiage scares consumers. Just bake in the extra $20 or $25 into the rate plan.

    To protect themselves T-Mobile could just bump up the ETF really high for the first 12 months then drop it back down to $200 once they’ve made up that subsidy and then some.

    Simple easy and still the best value out of the top 4

    • http://profiles.google.com/mrice.hill Mr. Hill

      I agree. People freak out when they hear that they are paying $20 per month for the phone even though they come out cheaper over the full 24 months of contract. Just add the price into the rate plan like everyone else and offer a $20 discount for customers who bring their own devices.

  • jaquan saliard

    I havent seen people this happy since the nexus one! O_o

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jamille-Browne/1184321457 Jamille Browne

      Well Nexus 1 was pure google… This is true Samsung not with no bs processor this is Samsung with their exynos and the most up to date OS… And I wouldn’t be shocked if Samsung is first to get 4.2 outside of the nexus line.

  • skywalkerjedi7210

    I’m seeing it now on T-Mobile’s website. 369.99 for new plans.

  • Get_at_Me

    the Note 2 is live on tmobile’s website! go get it!

  • skywalkerjedi7210

    it’s available thru Newegg too for $279.99. cheaper by $20 than Walmart.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jamille-Browne/1184321457 Jamille Browne

      Same on wirefly

    • guest

      Do u know how long does shipping take from Newegg?

      • Freddie Lopez

        I looked and they can do same day shipping if you order it before 7:00PM PST. Now that depends how far you live from the shipping center too.

  • aaronratner

    It’s available online at a ridiculous $370 with contract. Am I missing something or is that a lot of money to pay for a phone on contract? http://www.t-mobile.com/shop/Phones/cell-phone-detail.aspx?cell-phone=Samsung-Galaxy-Note-II-Titanium-Gray

  • tmodude

    Available online right now!

  • Thatoneguy

    i just ordered mine in white!!

  • XookieMonsterX

    whooooo-hoooo! just ordered mines!

  • jon

    Wife ordered mine through employee site about an hour ago. Showed out of stock just after midnight eastern time. Now back in stock for employee upgrades..

  • nycplayboy78

    Sam’s Club has the device online but I haven’t checked any stores yet in the DC Metro area…

  • g2a5b0e

    I just switched to a value plan for the first time in anticipation of this device, however, there’s only one listing on the website. It’s the 16GB. Is there gonna be 32GB T-Mobile version or not? This was all very spelled out for everyone when the S3 dropped. I wonder why the carriers seem so unorganized this time around.

    • http://www.facebook.com/unfazedrebel Jé Be (Here but Gone)

      They are NOT we are just impatience and noisy the “Official”Announcement isn’t until 7pm EST time today when ALL carriers in US are expected to “unveil”and announce dates pricing types etc

      • g2a5b0e

        I think they are. All the configurations, prices, etc. for all the carriers were all announced before the S3 released. Not so this time around.

  • guest

    No LTE.

    • Motoki_Mo

      Do you have a source or is this just an assumption because T-Mobile isn’t mentioning it for now?

  • Antsizzle

    No note on mobile’s website last night where is It

    • thepanttherlady

      It was there as of midnight.

  • mardi

    Just checked t-mobile site..upgrade total is $419.00 WHY..I’ve been with t-mobile since OmniPOint/Voicestream Day!! Where is the reason to stay, How about treating your long term customers with respect.

    • http://profiles.google.com/mrice.hill Mr. Hill

      Because you’re on an old plan. Old plans pay the same price as Classic Plan customers. Migrate to the Value Plan and get it for $249

    • Freddie Lopez

      Just try another authorized dealer site like ‘Sam’s Club” or “Wirefly” I think it’s called.

    • jon

      Instead of being upset that a website doesn’t recognize how long you’ve been a customer, try calling customer care. Try talking to a human being..you might find that by actively communicating with a human you may get the “loyalty” love you’re seeking. Ranting here about a website upgrade is just stupid…

  • eanfoso

    This surely is good news hehe, so everyone the new note is LTE future proofed, right??

  • gpt2010

    Anyone know if the device supports TMO future LTE network?

    • Freddie Lopez

      It has the brands but we have to wait till T-Mobile or Samsung confirms it’ll work. Just hope is all. Just get ready for 2013!

  • Freddie Lopez

    So I ordered online from an authorized T-Mobile dealer but didn’t go so well… 1: I have to wait for the device to come in the mail, 2: It may be out of stock so I have to wait longer! 3: My monthly bill had to be change. So I have to call T-Mobile once I get the device to revert back to my normal usage data, text, and minutes. So who else bought their device and from where? Did you get a better discount that T-Mobile was offering?

  • Paul

    DANG! Thanks to the dates I have this week I’ll have to wait until payday.
    Oh well, maybe they’ll lower the price a bit by next week…or not.
    CHEERS!

  • ccnet005

    Anyone on the east coast care to let us know how it’s working out?

    • jon

      On the east coast but I won’t see mine for a couple days when FedEx man shows up…keep in mind its just after 9am..those walking out of a store with goodies are probably still in the checkout process. I think stores open at 9am..I could be wrong but I’m pretty sure its 9..

    • Freddie Lopez

      It’s dope! Like it! But it’s pretty huge so you may second your choice on it. If anything just return it before the 14 days.

  • ST

    misleading! classic price will be $480 total with tax. you will be able to buy it for $550, Tmo version, brand new, no contract required and no tax on amazon and ebay in a week or two. NEVER EVER BUY PHONES FROM TMOBILE!

  • ST

    RIP OFF PRICE AS ALWAYS! why pay $480 with tax on classic on tmobile? you can get same tmo version, brand new, NO CONTRACT, NO TAX for $550 on amazon and ebay in a week or two, guaranteed!

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jamille-Browne/1184321457 Jamille Browne

      Not gonna happen in a week or 2

  • jon

    You really don’t think people can make up their own minds on where to buy?
    Also, it’s a lie that there is no sales tax on amazon. There are several states that have passed laws to force amazon to collect that sales tax. In states that don’t YET have that law to force, it is up to the individual to pay that tax when they file. It is completely MISLEADING of you to claim there is “no sales tax”…let people shop for themselves..if you have a constructive tip like a URL or a place where the device can be found for a great deal; then that’s fine. But your rant doesn’t help anyone.

  • Motoki_Mo

    So for now we can’t buy it off contract? It’s not on the ‘prepaid’ portion of T-Mobile’s site yet and if you try to buy it on the regular site it forces you to pick a contract.

    I’m not seeing any other stores that have the T-Mobile Note II up online yet either.

  • quad

    Customer care said the phone is on backorder, but will be back soon.

  • http://www.facebook.com/unfazedrebel Jé Be (Here but Gone)

    Shut the hell up damn. I remember paying $350 for a Nextel i930 when it was the host gadget. Sign a contract to get it less or do as me and pay full $649.99 . No one is forcing you to spend your money no one cares to hear you’ll wait to buy it or you’re going to another carrier because upfront it’s less but monthly more I mean add something of substance to the comments boards or be silent. And for the love of cheeses pizza EVERY carrier has good great and bad coverage areas and every company has good great and bad employees and services STOP making your personal experience definitive of the whole! Get a clue.

  • Phillip B

    I was the first to get it at my store and they only had 5. I know it’s more expensive than most but for a phone I need to live with for the next two years battery consumption and speed are just tremendous. Well worth the wait over the SGIII.

  • steveb944

    Go with the newest official leak, $249.99 since the full retail dropped to 650

  • PISSOFT-MOBILECUSTOMER2764

    so i live in texas how the tax’s or 8.25 percent so how much will i need on value plan being the phone at $249.99 of down payment and tax’s my tax’s or 8.25 percent in texas

  • steveb944

    270.61 it should be out the door with value plan, and $20 per month for 20 months. I can’t recall if there’s an upgrade fee or any other kind of fee when you get a device, I’m sure other readers have posted on that.

  • Guest

    If I understand your post your asking how much the tax will be? Take $249.99 and X it by 8.25

  • CRT24

    tax is figured on the full cost of $649.99 so calculate the tax on that on the add to the $249.99 down.

  • ZED

    i bought a phone last month payed all taxes from full price up front.

  • thepanttherlady

    In that the phone is being purchased (eventually) for the full retail value on the Value plan, the tax is calculated on $649.99, not $249.99. The out the door cost will actually be: $303.61. ($249.99 + tax)

  • knowitall

    Some states have a law that tax is charged on full cost, and some states do not. So depending on the state you could pay more in taxes than others.

    there is no additional upgrade fee. tax will be the only thing added.