Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge pre-orders start tomorrow, March 27 at T-Mobile stores and online

 

Galaxy S6

Hot on the heels of its pre-order announcement for the HTC One M9, T-Mobile has just announced that it will also be offering up the two new Samsung Galaxy S devices on pre-sale from tomorrow, March 27. Pre-orders will begin at 7am Pacific/11am Eastern. One hour later than the HTC One M9 pre-sale.

As with the HTC, the S6 and S6 Edge pre-orders should arrive at customer doorsteps before the official April 10 launch date. And you’ll be able to get both the S6 and S6 Edge for $0 down on EIP. The S6 will be $28.33 per month, for 24 months giving it a full retail price of $679.92. The S6 Edge will be $32.49 per month with a full price of $779.79.

As announced previously, customers buying the S6 or S6 Edge will also get a full year of Netflix for free.

FULL PRESS RELEASE

BELLEVUE, Washington − March 26, 2015 – Want to be the first to get your hands on the reimagined, gorgeous Samsung Galaxy S®6 and Galaxy S®6 edge? Well, T-Mobile (NYSE: TMUS) wants to be the first to ‘6’ you up. Now, with Carrier Freedom™, it won’t cost a penny to leave your old carrier when you make the switch to T-Mobile to get Samsung’s latest. And, when you order at T-Mobile.com or in T-Mobile stores starting Friday, March 27 at 7 a.m. PDT, you can be among the first to get one of these hot, new superphones − since T-Mobile will begin shipping the Galaxy S®6 and Galaxy S®6 edge to pre-sale customers before the devices go on sale in stores Friday, April 10.

Now, there’s absolutely no reason to wait to upgrade to Samsung’s new superphones. Carrier Freedom is designed to free the 29 million people currently locked into a device payment plan or lease with the old-school carriers and the 150 million more stuck in a contract. Now, the Un-carrier will pay every penny of your remaining phone and tablet payments up to $650 AND your early termination fees − on up to 10 lines − when you trade in your old device for a new one at T-Mobile with our wildly popular Simple Choice™ plan.

“Samsung’s built insane power into two beautiful bodies − you have to hold these phones in your hands and experience them for yourself,” said John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile. “And now that we’ve knocked down every barrier the other guys use to lock you in, there’s no reason to wait to come over to the Un-carrier to grab Samsung’s Next Big Things.”

The Samsung Galaxy S 6 and Galaxy S 6 edge with 32 GB of memory will be available for $0 down (and $28.33/month for 24 months; FRP: $679.92; $32.49/month for 24 months; FRP: $779.76, respectively). And starting tomorrow, customers can walk in and check out these phones for themselves in most T-Mobile stores nationwide.

Plus − as an added bonus − T-Mobile customers who order before April 12th can also receive a one-year Netflix subscription. That’s a value of more than $100. So you can binge-watch the latest season of “House of Cards” without ever worrying about overages − all on America’s fastest nationwide 4G LTE network with Unlimited 4G LTE. Try that on a comparably-priced plan from AT&T, and get ready to fork over more than $350 in overage penalties. Qualifying customers visit SamsungPromotions.com to get a Netflix promo code redeemable at Netflix.com/SpecialOffers for a $107.88 credit ($8.99 per month for 12 months) on their new or existing Netflix account.

With a screen like you’ve never seen, a stunning new metal design and a dual-edge display, Samsung’s latest superphones are the ‘sixiest’ and fastest Galaxy phones to date. Looks like these are the perfect wrapping to advanced power and functionality, alongside the convenience of built-in wireless charging abilities. And beginning April 10th, you can pick up the new Samsung Qi Wireless Charging pad for just $49.99, for cord-free, hassle-free charging on the go.

Only T-Mobile customers will enjoy the Samsung Galaxy S 6 and Galaxy S 6 edge the way they were designed to be experienced − untamed and unleashed − with unmatched Un-carrier benefits like no annual service contracts, no domestic overages on our Simple Choice plans as well as:

  • Simple Global™: Unlimited international data and texting at no extra charge in 120+ countries and destinations
  • Data Stash™: Unused high-speed data you’ve already paid for automatically rolls forward for use for up to a full year
  • Wi-Fi Calling & Texting: Extending the ability to call and text beyond the reach of any cellular network
  • Music Freedom: Unlimited music streaming with top music services like Pandora, Spotify, iHeartRadio and Samsung Milk Music, without ever counting against your 4G LTE data
  • Un-carrier for Business™: Simple, no-haggle pricing for your business, including discounts for employees’ families

The Samsung Galaxy S 6 is also coming to MetroPCS this April. Customers can sign up to get more information from MetroPCS as it’s available at www.metropcs.com/nextbigthing.html.

Un-carrier customers can purchase the Galaxy S 6 in White Pearl and Black Sapphire at http://www.t-mobile.com/cell-phones/samsung-galaxy-s-6.html and the Galaxy S 6 edge in White Pearl and Black Sapphire at http://www.t-mobile.com/cell-phones/samsung-galaxy-s-6-edge.html beginning March 27 at 7 a.m. pacific time. The Gold Platinum edition of both phones will be available as soon as T-Mobile gets inventory from Samsung – and no later than April 10.

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  • Eric

    $680 for the 32GB?? That’s BS. Keep your Netflix subscription, give me a cheaper option. No way in hell I’m considering the Edge.

    • sosarozay300

      the 16gb iphone 6 starts at 650 so you have no reason to complain, a 32gb micro sd is $20

      • Dax

        The s6 doesn’t have an SD card slot smart one.

        • sosarozay300

          yeah what im saying is, you get double the memory on the gs6

      • SEBA

        And what you gonna do with $20 SD card? S6 don’t have expendable memory.

      • Eric

        Okay, well then can you explain to me why it’s only $22.84/month on AT&T Next? That’s a $100 difference.

        • sosarozay300

          att trying to get customers from tmobile by offering the phone for $100 less

        • Spanky

          Uh, no. To elaborate on dunkinchris’ comment, AT&T Next 24 is broken up into 30 payments, with upgrade eligibility after 24 payments. There are also 20 and 24 month payment plans, with upgrade eligibility after 12 and 18 payments, respectively. Obviously, the shorter plans will result in higher monthly payments.

        • dunkinchris

          ATT next is for 30 months

    • dtam

      unfortunately, that’s how much phones are these days. and yeah, next is for 30 months so it’s actually $5 more

    • Sakuraba

      Flagships have always been 600-700 at release, dont know why thats a surprise to you?

  • Epic_Ninja420

    About as expected, I’ll be preordering my 32GB S6 tomorrow….now do I wait for the gold or just get the Sapphire Black?

  • TheDonJ

    Is tmo only offering the 32 gig version? Or will pricing for other options be available tomorrow? I’m still left with questions

  • TheDonJ

    Will we be able to pre order the gold edge tomorrow although the article is saying “It should” be available by April 10? If 64 gigs are an option will there be money down? C’mon t-mo, still pretty vague

    • scheddyballz

      Looks like the base 32gb is the only one that’s 0$ down

  • bisayan

    Can I pre-order galaxy edge through t mobile website using my JUMP!? Pls. Help me how do process go as this will be my first JUMP! from the website. Holy guakamoly! that pricing though..lolz

    • schweddyballs

      Not sure if it will let us pre order but its worth a try. Go to my tmobile website and click on phone at the top once logged in. If you’re eligible for jump click on the jump icon and look for the s6

      • bisayan

        Thank you!

  • Marcus Rose

    No SD Card Memory Expansion and No Removable battery…..why do we want this phone exactly?

    • Bryck

      Exactly my point.

    • Epic_Ninja420

      probably because its the best android phone out there….. I’ve never carried a spare battery and have always gotten rid of my phone before there were battery issues. with free streaming music, cloud and home based cloud storage I have not even come close to filling my 64GB micro sd much less the 32gb built into my Z3.

    • Eric

      I just read a report saying the s6 battery lasts 2 hours less than the s5…WTF?? Really not sure about this phone anymore.

    • Sakuraba

      Um, best camera in an android phone, best display in all phones, fastest CPU/GPU, fastest NAND storage, best audio processing. What else would you like?

      • Marcus Rose

        Wow….you just drink the kool aid! Any more sheep on this blog want to chime in?

        • Sakuraba

          How is it kool aid. Everything I said is backed up by multiple 3rd party tests and benchmarks. There’s no debating, they’re not opinions.

        • Marcus Rose

          Omg wow…best processor…best screen…best memory…..whooooo hoooo

          DUDE!!! They took away your ability to replace the battery on your own….and they took away the ability to expand your storage space. Are you F-ing kidding me? You see no problem paying $779.00 for a phone that has less than the S5?

          Sheep!

        • Sakuraba

          If you want to swap out your battery and SD card so bad theres countless 200 dollar chinese phones you can buy. I don’t know why you’re even looking at flagship devices.

        • 9to5Slavery

          Because a flagship should have those options. Duh. Freakin sh*tty phones being released and sheeps following.

        • Goat

          I have the Oneplus One, and it’s amazing. +1 for Chinese devices.

        • Marcus Rose

          I myself have the Galaxy Note Edge….Has a bigger HD screen…plenty of Memory…and I can change the battery & put in a 64GB SD card….sooooooooooooooooo….when you have to change out phones to the S7 or whatever is next down the line, you can use Samsung SmartSwitch Mobile to transfer all your stuff over….or Samsung Kies.

          Me, I will just pop the SD card out, plug it in to the new phone…and presto!

          I thought one of the big draws to the Galaxy line was that you had this kind of autonomy with your phone…unlike the IPhone which I’m even shocked they let you use it and leave the store with it after you pay for it….that thing is so locked down 8 ways to sunday!

          Its your money, do what you want! My point is Samsung laid an egg with no open cover or SD capability. I myself hope they go back to it on future generations of their phones!

        • Sakuraba

          Note 4 is a great phone as well, so you wouldn’t have as much reason to upgrade. You’ve already got the great display and camera.

          You can add storage to the Note , sure, but it’s slow as hell compared to the internal storage of the S6, which offers PC SSD like speeds on a phone.

          Keep in mind the removable SD card and battery crowd is a very small niche group of people. For every one of you they lose, they’ll gain 2-3 sales from other people. S6 is probably going to be their best selling phone of all time, so I doubt they’ll be going back

        • galaxyNote4isBoss

          Don’t waste your time he sounds like a guy on a budget.

        • John

          Baah

        • squiddy20

          And how exactly does one “sound like” they are “on a budget”? The guy mentioned anything related to price or cost only once in several comments. Sounds like you A) don’t know what you’re talking about, and B) are just making up useless junk to make yourself sound superior.

        • Marcus Rose

          LMAO…I have 8 phones….7 S5’s and 1 Note Edge…

          Anything else genius?

  • Jay Holm

    Please don’t tell me the 32GB variant is the ONLY one being offered?!?!?!?!?!? I was intending on buying the 64GB standard S6!

  • IamDefiler

    T-Mo will screw the pooch if they don’t offer at least a 64GB model of each.

  • TheDonJ77

    Check out the article up on droid-life. Has t-mobile pricing for all variants and storage options.

  • Epic_Ninja420

    For those interested in T-Mobile payment plans, the 32GB model can be yours for $0 down with 24 monthly payments of $28.33, the 64GB model for $99 down and 24 monthly payments of $27.50, and finally the 128GB model for $199.99 down and 24 monthly payments of $27.50.

    The Galaxy S6 Edge’s pricing has also been revealed, coming in at $779.76, $859.83 and $959.83 for the 32, 64 and 128GB versions respectively. Monthly payment rates will begin at $0 down with 24 monthly payments of $32.49, with the 64GB and 128GB models costing $31.66 a month, with the former requiring a $99.99 down payment and the later requiring $199.99 down.

    • Jay Holm

      Will both the 64 & 128 be available in Gold? Hmm, $199 down for the 128, I think I just might get it!

    • SirMakoto

      oh boy, that 128gb edge version is $959.83, $1045 after tax for me, pretty crazy imo. my last note 4 was $749+tax, but they offered a up to $200 trade in promo, now they’re only offering 12 months of nextflix. i’ve been an owner of the s2-s5, but don’t think i can pull the trigger this time. now i have a rough idea on how much a 128gb note 5 edge would be, $1059.83??

  • galaxyNote4isBoss

    Definitely ready for preorder

  • r1fo

    Does anyone know if it’s possible to ship a preorder to the store for pickup?

  • TheDonJ77

    Will it be possible to still pre-order the 64 gig edge in gold tomorrow although t-mo is saying it will be available when they receive inventory from samsung-no later than 4/10 or will those who want gold have to wait?

  • Joe

    My problem is not really that you cant swap the battery but is that it’s so small. Like I would of much rather have seen them put a bigger battery like 2,700 mah and make the phone 1mm thicker. Cuz it will probable only last as long as the s5 cuz of the more efficient screen and processor which is nothing special. O ya and I keep my phones for 3 or more years so ya. Still using a s2… Will be getting the s6 most likely tho.

    • dtam

      It’s rumored that the S6 Active variant will have a microSD slot and perhaps a removable battery, but the rumors say that the battery is “definitely bigger”

      • Joe

        The microSD slot is meh I personally don’t use my s2 SD slot and yes I only have 11 gig usable storage LOL i’m a professional at storage management. Now the bigger battery is what I really want but I don’t think the active will be available on t-mobile and it is always really ugly in my opinion.

      • maik

        but the rumor is going to AT&T exclusively

        • dtam

          That kind of sucks but I do wonder what the point of exclusive phones are anymore when you can get them unlocked and buy them without contract

  • Jay Holm

    Ahh heck, for $199 down to get the 128GB standard S6 in Gold, I think I will get that, and be all set for the next 3 years or so.

  • Antonio Avila

    Holy sh… Dude I jump around from phone to phone all the time. No loyalty. I will say that paying 859 for a 64 edge variant is crazy!!!!!!! idk if I am the only one that feels that way. Is the value truly there? compared to my note 4?

    • seattle tech

      Yes. The note 4 has some serious legacy hardware compared to the s6.

  • these phones cost way too much nowadays.

    • John

      Totally agree. Just upgraded to a new LG G2 for $254 via TMO web yesterday. When introduced 18 months ago it too was over $625 and the phone still has very good specs and lollipop upgrade coming to it in weeks. Actually prefer the smaller 5.2″ screen vs. The 3’s 5.5 anyway. Don’t always need the very latest device to still have a high-tech device.

      • galaxyNote4isBoss

        Terrible buy. Terrible product.

        • Chilehead

          I’ll bet your phones have pet names.

        • bob90210

          Of course. His galaxy note 4 is “Boss”

        • Chilehead

          …until the Note 5 right? The line is already forming ;)

        • squiddy20

          Says the guy who has more than likely never even touched the device, let alone used it for any length of time.

        • seattle tech

          Hey now the g2 was miles better than the s4.

      • Peter Blood

        Excellent buy. Excellent product.

      • Goat

        The only thing I HATED with my G2 was the fragile screen. Be careful with it- don’t treat it like I did.

        • John

          Good to know, thanks! Wondered about that with the super thin bezel. Did order a pretty protective case and screen guard already.

        • Goat

          God I hope so, after cracking it twice easily I gave up- other then that, it was an amazing phone.

      • seattle tech

        LG G2 was a near masterpiece. The only thing that held it back was the shiny plastic. I prefer my g2 over my 2 g3’s . The g2s side bezels are actually thinner than the g3’s

    • Mike

      They have always cost a ton. They carriers used to just hide the cost by providing subsidy.

    • Richard Roma

      Looks like the cost has simply been shifted to the customer instead of the carrier with these direct handset payments. The price of a handset has only increased.

      • Mike

        The customer always paid full price. Its just a matter of the cost being hidden in contracts previously

  • HeatFan786

    I don’t think I am going to buy the S6 right now. Note 4 resell values tanked. The S6 would probably cost me $150 out of pocket for a minimal upgrade. I think I’ll pass for the Note 5.

  • Chad Dalton

    yea i’m holding out for the NOTE 5…

  • Bradley Karas

    I’m happy with my Note 4 for the next couple of years and will wait it out. Don’t like the non removable battery or the non expansion and I refuse to pay premium money for a metal frame iPhone looking Samsung

    • Roberto Jaimes

      Do you actually swap batteries?

      • Bradley Karas

        Yes sir

        • 9to5Slavery

          Lame, why don’t you just charge it

        • Rod

          Battery swapping is faster and easier. When you’re out and about it’s a lot more convenient to swap a battery than to carry a charger, look for an outlet and be stuck there for an hour. Also great for when you forget to plug up your phone at night.

        • Bradley Karas

          Well said…I’m going to Bonaroo this year you think I’m gonna be able to find an outlet with a charger??? Lol

        • 9to5Slavery

          Well it shouldn’t be hard to find one, unless you’re in the neck of the woods in some cabins or hunting Sasquatch or shooting with your sister.

        • Bradley Karas

          Good one!

        • 9to5Slavery

          That’s why there’s an external portable battery designed for charging, when you need it. Besides you forget to plug your phone at night means you can plug it when you drive to work or when you arrive at work. If you’re stuck for an hour then it’s only poor planning. When you’re out and about just bring a external portable battery they sell.

        • Rod

          How is that easier or simpler than a replaceable battery? That means I’m still carrying a battery and a usb cable. It’s not fun to have a cable sticking put of the bottom of your phone when you’re using it.
          It’s not poor planning, not everyone has the luxury of driving to work or has a job where they are tethered to a desk all day. What about those of us that live in big cities where we park the car and spend all day moving from place to place? Parties? Festivals? Mardi Gras? Really gonna have your phone pluggled up to a spare battery until it finishes charging? Swapping batteries is all about convince. It’s just easier, makes the phone last longer too (for the non jumpers)

        • 9to5Slavery

          Parties? Festivals? Mardi Gras? Phones these days have the ability to at least half a day. Why would you be on your phone all day to make it non usable? take pictures? Sure that’s great, doesn’t take an extra battery. Take video? Great! Doesn’t take all the battery. Unless you’re being unprepared it’s your lost. Don’t blame on other things. There are times to be spent and not your eyes glued to your phone. But if you or others do state the fact that you do have less of a life than most, sure, I don’t blame you for carrying a battery like that. I don’t even live in a cubicle for work and I manage to use my phone as it is. It only last long if you want it to last long, unless you tell me that you and others will keep the phone for when it will last long. You tell me how long you want it to be to keep the same dam phone in this day and age. You wouldn’t be complaining about external batteries if you were to preserve your phone for several years, now is that you? Or not you. Otherwise you just have a sh*tty phone with or without the influence of the operating system and its’ apps. And you mean convenience. Just have a dam cord at work, or at home. Plug it in when you don’t use it. And when it is not plugged in and low battery, plug it back in. It’s not that hard. Don’t even need extra batteries. Besides you probably won’t stick to a sh*tty nokia or android phone or blackberry if it sucks on batteries in the future anyway. Unless you or others are a broke SOB.

          I apologize on the swearing. I pick it up from the government.

        • KingCobra

          You’re right. Unless one is going to spend all day in the woods or wilderness, there’s really no scenario where you wouldn’t be able to charge your phone. That “need a spare battery” stuff is in the past and Samsung realizes it so that’s why they moved on.

          I personally have an iPhone 6 Plus and use the thing constantly all day long and it still doesn’t die so I can’t see any scenario where a removable battery would be useful.

    • galaxyNote4isBoss

      I’m happy with my #Note3 and #Note4 but will add the S6 Edge to my Galaxy family of devices.

      It’s silly for people not to want these handsets especially if you already own past Galaxy handsets Note3, Note4, S5 S4.

      That means you already own a Samsung product that has sdcard/removable battery support so why do you need another.

  • mrpickem

    Great looking device, but price ridiculous. Actually more than Iphone Plus. The edge is super cool, but at that price I will stick with my Note.

  • DDLAR

    The glass back really turns me off. It seems that they’ve just made the phone twice as fragile. I’m not fond of the price, lack of SD card slot and non-removable battery either.
    I think I’m giving Samsung a pass this year.

    • Roberto Jaimes

      Don’t knock it til you try it.

    • fuego

      Received the demo at my store today, dropped the phone twice already with no case.. the phones pretty tough I promise you that Lol.

    • Frankwhitess

      Am with you on this… Will stay with Note 4 for life or until someone makes a removable battery & SD card.. No retreat,… No Surrender!!!

  • jonathan3579

    So I guess it is 10am CST? I don’t get why they only use pacific and eastern time…

    • John

      CST is for those of us in flyover country.

      • jonathan3579

        Lol, partially offensive but funny. I’ll take it!

      • pseudoswede

        MST: the time zone America forgot

    • Rod

      Because almost 60% of Americans live in those two time zones

  • 9to5Slavery

    Such an ugly design.

    • Speaking for yourself

      • 9to5Slavery

        Someone’s getting emotional. haha

    • galaxyNote4isBoss

      Are you on a budget

      • 9to5Slavery

        Why would I be on budget when I am commenting on how it looks?

        • Jay Holm

          Why would you be commenting on how it looks when it’s a phone, and not a female??????

        • Chilehead

          Did you take time to consider this comment before posting?

        • Jay Holm

          Of course! You guys are the ones referring to a frinkin communications device as “sexy”!

        • fhritp89

          You sound like an idiot.

        • Jay Holm

          Your the one who sounds like an idiot using the word “sexy” to describe a smartphone!!!

        • fhritp89

          You’re* an idiot.

        • Chilehead

          Not me bro. Bear in mind that women buy phones as well. I do like pretty things though.

        • 9to5Slavery

          There is nothing wrong with communication devices being “sexy”, a car can’t be sexy? A Porsche can’t be sexy? A Ferrari can’t be sexy? I guess that is why you don’t appreciate things in life. People put time and effort into this to make it look good. Otherwise it wouldn’t sell that much. That’s the best I can explain to you. I hope that helps.

        • Jay Holm

          The best I can explain what sells to me is the word “functionality”.

        • squiddy20

          My car doesn’t have boobs. Does that mean I don’t/shouldn’t care how it looks? What about my house (outside or inside), appliances, decor, carpets/floors, or virtually any material thing in this world?

        • Chilehead

          You totally missed the political incorrectness in his comment.

        • fhritp89

          There it is, right there, the dumbest comment I’ll read all day. Congratulations.

        • 9to5Slavery

          LOL! ……..

        • Chilehead

          “all day” is an understatement.

        • 9to5Slavery

          You know what he means. haha

        • 9to5Slavery

          Why are you arguing and assuming that why would I not comment on another person’s look compared to a device? Surely it is both different, but in this aspect, I am commenting and giving my opinion on a discussion commenting system on a phone. Is it wrong? Maybe you are supporting the phone’s lack of identity and non existent beauty, but that’s okay. That’s why you choose to comment against my opinion. lol . I never said phones had cute face or pretty eyes or boobs. They are devices I agree, but I was commenting on the design. You are seriously out of your mind, you need to take a drink of water and calm down man. Design of an object can capture a viewers eye wether it is ugly, sleek, or has an appealing design. This is the outcome, it is simply not at all appealing therefore it is ugly.

        • And you said I was emotional? Lol

        • 9to5Slavery

          I guess you really took it to heart. Kind of forgot what you were talking about. But if you were looking to retaliate with such a comment when you don’t have tough skin in the game, don’t bother.

        • Lol not gonna argue with an Htc fanboy

        • 9to5Slavery

          Quick to jump to conclusions isn’t going to get you anywhere in life especially when you are butt hurt.

        • lol I’ve seen your past comments. Anyways, I’m unfollowing this thread. Have fun getting your m9 wet!

        • 9to5Slavery

          Didn’t know I have a fan. Go unfollow it all you want, you’re not important anyway. I don’t like HTC lol.

        • Sure ya don’t ;)

        • 9to5Slavery

          @jay holm you lost all your credibility. I thought you were reasonable, but I guess you are one of those morons.

        • Jay Holm

          Of course I’m reasonable, which is why I don’t use the word “sexy” to refer to a smartphone. Also, I’m not obsessed with the physical appearance of a >>mobile comouting device<<!!!

        • thepanttherlady

          Enough with the rude comments. Deleted.

        • 9to5Slavery

          Pardon me

        • Mike

          Thank you! :)

      • squiddy20

        Are you?

      • Chilehead

        Struggling to understand this moronic comment. Only bested by Jay’s.

  • VicRooLoo

    Any details on the 64gb?

    EDIT: derp

  • Thatguy

    Wait; so the S6 will come out before they even update the Note 4? I guess that make sense ; /

    • Rod

      Not surprising. Some of us are still waiting on 4.4 for the Note 2.

  • eanfoso

    And suddenly everybody gets a boner because the galaxy is going to be pre ordered

  • Sammaad Shams

    Why the same galaxy s6 is $24 on att next? Are they subsidizing the phone on installments? They don’t have any down payment either.
    http://about.att.com/story/preorder_samsung_galaxy_s6_and_galaxy_s6_edge.html

  • iMotoXperiaGalaxy

    Major pass! Next 5incher I get will be the Moto Maxx when the price is right.

    For now, enjoying swapping between my Note 4 and iPhone 6+. Haha!

  • Eduardo Ortiz

    Why is the verizon samsung s6 edge $80 less than tmobiles

    • bob90210

      Because it does not come with $100 of netflix

  • Eduardo Ortiz

    How about $100 off instead of free netflix

    • eanfoso

      I think you’d accomplish more if you email

  • Moises Lugo

    Price is kinda high. The iPhone is cheaper.

    • John

      Yeah the iPhone 6 16gb is $649 so it is cheaper by $30. However, you only get 16gb of storage instead of 32 gb in the Samsung s6 entry model at $679. Now as far as the 64gb and 128gb Samsung s6 models, they are $30 more expensive for the same storage capacities as the iPhone 6’s counterparts in those storage configurations.

      Iphone 6 :$649, $749, and $849
      Samsung s6: $679,$779, and $879

      Btw I am an Apple guy and have the iPhone 6 plus. However, I just needed to point out some things.

  • dcmtnbkr

    Time is wrong. 7am pst would be 10am est.

  • Jason Gordon

    As I hoped, they opened it up a little earlier. I preordered mine half an hour ago. (4am pst)

    • jonathan3579

      Wow, that was totally unexpected. Site kept crashing but I was able to order mine through Customer Care.

  • Sammaad Shams

    Why the same galaxy s6 is $24 on att next? Are they subsidizing the phone on installments? They don’t have any down payment either.

    • dunkinchris

      The att next plan is for 30 months. T-Mobile is for 24? I think

      • jonathan3579

        You’re correct! 24 months is how long you need to be able to trade in, not pay off. (That’s actually 30 months.)

        • Sammaad Shams

          Thank You @dunkinchris and @jonathan3579

  • Sammy

    Waiting for the price drop. Won’t be long…

  • bisayan

    Yay I was able to pre-order using JUMP! Through Tmo Website! Pre-ordered 64gb Black Edge comes out a total of $ 178.00. Bye Bye LG3 you have been good everyday phone. Now its a waiting game :)

    • lauriiilau

      How can I preorder using jump online??

  • Kit Pogi

    successfully pre ordered my fiance’s S6 Edge 64 GB at exactly 2 am pacific time…just waiting for it in the mail…

  • Jay Holm

    I just ordered my 128GB standard white S6. Yayyy!!!

  • cfulco1181

    ordered mine at 6:30 this morning in white! says delivery 4-6

    • jonathan3579

      How do you see a delivery date? I can’t find anything relating to my order.

      • cfulco1181

        It showed it on the payment screen when I chose the shipping method.

      • Daniel Salvador

        You should have gotten a receipt sent to your email address, and another email with order number, carrier, and tracking number. You should click the tracking number, a second page should pop up. There you will find information about your device.

    • bisayan

      And also got a text from tmo est. 4-7.

  • Kurt Schultz

    Got the 16GB black around 945EST

    • 16?

      • Kurt Schultz

        haha I was so used to 16GB being the minimum. Edited to say 32GB now

  • Of course the T-Mobile site is timing out with 401 errors. SAD!

  • DDLAR

    The product description does not list LTE band 12. Is this a mistake? Or, did they really leave off band 12?

  • Daniel Salvador

    I ordered a Black Saphire 32 GB. I trade in my iPhone 6 for over $300 in credit! Expected delivery day is Tuesday. I got bored with my iPhone I feel like I’m locked in a prison cell walking back and forth in the home screen. I had a Samsung s4 before and l love how you can costumized your phone and download app that are not available at Google Play Store.

  • dan

    where does it tell you guys when it will arrive i ordered a the s6 64gb on the 27th t-mobile page said it shipped yet on ups it just says that its processed? someone help