Samsung Galaxy Note 7 once again available from T-Mobile

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As expected, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is once again available from T-Mobile.

The Note 7 has reappeared in T-Mobile’s online store, complete with a note confirming that these the safe, non-recalled units. The full note says:

“The Galaxy Note7 was recalled by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) on September 9th. This Galaxy Note7 has been approved by the CPSC for all purchases and exchanges.”

All three Note 7 colors — Black Onyx, Blue Coral, and Silver Titanium — can be purchased, but the blue version is backordered. Pricing is set at $69.99 upfront and 24 monthly payments of $32.50 each on EIP or $0 down and $37.50 per month for JUMP! On Demand. Full price is $849.99.

T-Mobile has said that the Galaxy Note 7 will also be available in stores beginning today, so if you’d like to get a new Note 7 today, you could see if your friendly neighborhood T-Mo store has the model that you want.

Source: T-Mobile

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  • Mensur

    For some reason I expected a price cut due to all the issues and possible “stigma”. I think I’ll wait for black Friday deals.

    • Acdc1a

      Be patient grasshopper.

    • StevenM

      Perhaps a “fire sale”? HAHA!

      • Mensur

        Genius!

      • Daniel Holmstock

        sale would explode it that happened! lol

      • AngryBadger

        Samsung sure would burn through a lot of their inventory that way.

    • vplaza

      If they sell at a decent pace after they restart, we probably won’t see deals until the holidays. If I understand correctly, their sales in South Korea pretty much picked up where it left of, so demand is still there.

  • T-mobiler User

    These phones are “the bomb” cant wait to get one!

    • Daniel Holmstock

      i c ? u did there! lol

  • TheRealKingSen

    Would like a note 7 but almost $900 after taxes for any phone is absurd

  • noh1bvisas

    the tmo store near my gym was selling them as soon as they arrived a couple weeks ago. it’s kind of a ghetto area. maybe they didn’t need them as replacements.

  • Koolme666

    Why would they still sell it for 850? Wow these phone prices are ridiculous, I mean I can afford it but for what I do on the phone it isn’t worth it to upgrade. Think I’m going to just turn my attention to the budget phone for a year and see how that goes if I go with something like the oneplus or blu xr

    • noh1bvisas

      they’ve sold millions of them. somebody must think it’s worth it. not me, btw.

      • Koolme666

        Well I mean I know that but just cuz of the whole phone blowing up thing you’d think they’d be like here’s a buy one get one deal or sell it on sale for a week. I’m just not a fan anymore of paying these ridiculous prices I mean yeah I can put a bigger down payment but overtime I just don’t like the 850 price tag. My note 5 is still a great phone but it can’t hold a charge anymore for a day and I’m not even a heavy user, really hate how there’s no removeable battery

        • noh1bvisas

          if you’re willing to take a refurbished one, assuming samsung refurbishes the bad ones, you’ll likely get a very good deal.

    • Gardo

      I gave a budget phone a chance with the Oneplus one, and that phone was great, it was fast, latest specs and the most important thing was that I didn’t have to break the bank for it at just $367 after taxes. I went back to the S7 Edge only because of the buy one get on free from Tmobile.

      • Koolme666

        If tmobile was doing a similar sale I’d probably do that to, I recently took advantage of the free iPhone 7 promo for my girlfriend before they made u switch to the tmobile one crap. So plus we both have note 5s also which is still a good phone but still paying on those as well and I’m just not a heavy user that I’m not taking full advantage of the phone. That’s why I just wanna take a risk and get something I think I’ll enjoy more like the oneplus 3 or blu pure xr , g4 plus, axon 7 something along those lines I don’t care how it looks really just tired of the high price phones I mean what the guy said above u can get a really good laptop or even a damn tv for the same price as the note 7 is going for, that’s crazy !

  • alex

    does anyone know jod pricing for note 7? thanks

    • tranceformer978

      It’s in the article.

  • Aleks

    I’d rather pay monthly for a laptop in the same price range that can do more than what this phone is capable of. The price of $800+ for a phone is a stretch. That’s an arm and leg for almost every American in this day and age. No thank you. I will wait for the deals. (That’s if any deals do show up at some point in the holidays.) For the first time I’ve actually felt no urgency to upgrade to the latest and “greatest”. Final verdict, SAVE YOUR MONEY!!!!

    • Erik

      What can a laptop do that the Note 7 cant do? Read a CD/DVD? Have a full size keyboard? I, sure a lot of stuff that can be done on a laptop can be done on the Note 7. Maybe a few things, but I know there isn’t many, that’s for sure.

    • Francisco Torres

      I believe most Americans get it on contract or pay in monthly installments.

      Also, you’re comparing apples and oranges.

  • alexqa123

    did anyone see this article? replacements are catching on fire as well? http://www.theverge.com/2016/10/5/13175000/samsung-galaxy-note-7-fire-replacement-plane-battery-southwest

    • vplaza

      Well, that’s troubling.

    • noh1bvisas

      definitely not good.

    • Erik

      You really believe everything you read on the internet? I sure don’t. Nothing has been confirmed as to what device it was and what caused the situation

      • Philip

        Saw the guy on the news and he said his is the 2nd batch and the battery icon is green. Unless he lied. Samsung will get it right. Hope to get a new phone for $500. I will get 2.

        • Erik

          The guy may have said that, still doesn’t mean it’s true. If it is, well…….then that sucks. Lol. But will not know for sure till the device is investigated then determined.

  • Petey07

    I’m planning to go back to the note 7 only if the price drops. Not paying $849 for the hassle that I had to go through with the first batch of note 7.

  • Zach B.

    Careful, news has already broke that a brand new replacement Note 7 caught fire on a South West flight forcing an emergency evacuation… Samsung really screwed up with the Note 7.

    • Erik

      You really believe everything you read on the internet? I sure don’t. Nothing has been confirmed as to what device it was and what caused the situation.

      • Zach B.

        Every major news source on the planet has reported on it. As for the phone, it’s been confirmed to be a brand new replacement Note 7 bought from AT&T on the 21st, and Samsung themselves have confirmed it and announced a special team is enroute to examine the device. But go ahead, call Samsung a liar too, Samsung apologist can bury their heads in the sand if they wish, but facts are facts.

        abcnews go com/Business/smoking-samsung-note7-prompts-airline-evacuation/story?id=42593666&cid=abcn_fb

    • Philip

      Yes I saw the news just now and its a new phone that was replaced. They will get it right and I will get it a much lower lower price. Sell it for $500 now and I will get 2.

  • Drey

    I don’t care how many times this phone has had problems. I’ll still go back with Samsung. #TeamSamsung #TeamGalaxy

  • Unbelievable. Not a day goes by and the “new” Note 7 are already smoking on airplanes? I think the Note will be more known for poor quality than for having a stylus from now on. BGR headline: “Under no circumstances whatsoever should you purchase a Samsung Galaxy Note 7.”. Wow.

  • BGR headline this morning: “Under no circumstances whatsoever should you purchase a Samsung Galaxy Note 7.”.

    YMMV.

    • Gardo

      It’s BGR, what are you expecting?? They are apple fanboys!!!

      • No, that’s incorrect. They’re not saying buy an iPhone, they’re not even saying don’t buy a Samsung. They’re just saying don’t buy the Note 7, because it still has problems.

        • Gardo

          They are not saying that but believe me they are salivating waiting for any failure from Samsung. Once you read any article from their website you can clearly see their bias towards apple, they don’t even hide it.

        • You’re wrong; you should really read the article:

          “When I took delivery of my Note 7 review unit back in August, I knew instantly that I was holding a game-changing smartphone. And when I published by Galaxy Note 7 review later that month, I couldn’t recommend the phone strongly enough. The Note 7 marked the true start of a new era at Samsung as the company completed its transition away from iPhone copycats made of cheap feeling plastic. This new phone was unequivocal proof that Samsung flagships were and would continue to be best-in-class devices. Within the confines of current technological limitations, the Note 7 was as close to perfect as a phablet could get.”

          How much more flattering could he be? Then they started blowing up.

        • Sectime

          This trend of dismissing/avoiding anything that doesn’t fit your view of the world is very self-destructive. You end up ignorant and surrounded by people as ill informed as you.

        • Gardo

          Go here http://bgr.com/2016/06/30/android-hummer-trojan-malware/ and read the first paragraph, then tell thats not being biased, btw I didn’t use any name calling you douchbag.

        • Sectime

          Proving my point priceless.

  • Jose Campos

    Does anyone know that ANY LITHIUM BATTERY can go in smoke or explode.

    • When Google announced the fast charging on the Pixel that was all I could think about.

      While you’re right that any battery can have issues, the Note 7 has acknowledged design flaws that resulted in a recall and apparently still haven’t been resolved.

  • DaTruth

    Looks like another recall is going to happen on this worthless device.
    What junk.
    It should not return to the market.