Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Samsung Galaxy Watch now available from T-Mobile

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Right on schedule, the Galaxy Note 9 has launched at T-Mobile, and it’s brought the Galaxy Watch with it.

T-Mobile is now selling the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in Ocean Blue and Lavender Purple color options. The 6GB/128GB model starts at $279.99 down and $30 per month for 24 months on EIP, $279.99 down and $29 per month for 18 months with JUMP! On Demand, or $999.99 full retail. The 8GB/512GB version is $529.99 down and $30 per month for 24 months on EIP, $529.99 down and $26 per month for 18 months through JOD, or $1,249.99 full retail.

Customers interested in the Galaxy Note 9 can save up to $500 on the device (via 24 monthly bill credits) with eligible trade-in. To qualify, you’ll need to buy your Note 9 on EIP and trade in one of the following devices:

  • $500 off: Samsung Galaxy Note8, Note5, GS8, GS8+, GS8 Active, GS7, GS7 Edge, GS7 Active, GS7 Duos, GS7 Edge Duos
  • $250 off: Samsung Galaxy Note4, GS6, GS6 Edge, GS6 Edge+, GS6 Active, GS5, GS5 Neo, GS5 Prime, GS5 Active, GS5 Duos, GS5 Sport

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T-Mobile has also begun selling the Samsung Galaxy Watch. The 42mm version is available in Rose Gold and Midnight Black, with pricing set at $15 down and $15 per month for 24 months or $375 full retail. The larger 46mm model comes in Silver and is priced at $16 down and $16 per month for 24 months or $400 full retail. The Galaxy Watch features built-in LTE and is compatible with devices running Android 5.0 or higher or iOS 9.0 or higher.

Like with the Galaxy Note 9, T-Mo’s got a special deal on the Galaxy Watch. Customers who buy the Galaxy Watch can get $200 off a second Galaxy Watch. Both watches must be purchased on EIP, and you’ll also need to add a line to get the savings, which will be spread out over 24 monthly bill credits.

Are you going to snag a Galaxy Note 9 or Galaxy Watch? If so, which model are you getting?

Sources: Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Samsung Galaxy Watch (42mm), (46mm)

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  • Tmo.live

    Tmobile bring back bogo add a line promo back ..
    Perfect combo with s9..
    And its already live ..
    Just order 2 lines with 2 phones
    2 are free ..long way to go T-Mobile

  • PC_Tool

    “$529.99 down”

    Christ… The down-payment for this thing is $20 less than buying the 6T outright when it hits T-Mobile in October.

    I will never understand Samsung fans. (I am not saying that being a samsung fan is a bad thing!)

    • Yonatan Ben Magen

      I have a love-hate relationship with Samsung.

      But the $529 down is more of a Credit score/Risk thing.

      AFIK I’m not sure if the re-pull credit or just use the original score when you opened the account, when I picked up my phone yesterday, the screen showed I could have 15 lines without deposit and EIP over 10K worth of phones/equip (this is a personal account). But they only HP my credit when we switched over to T-mo, but have EIP’d five flagships over past 18 months and only put no or minimal down.

      But have also had so-so credit when I first got married.

  • Dave Lane

    I used the $500 trade in promo with a Note 5 I dug up – you can get them cheap – and then sold a phone from last year for $500 – plus got the AKG headphones. All in all, the launch pre order was a good deal on the Note 9. Now, I just am wondering if the 512 version with 8GB of RAM and (according to an unboxing video I saw) an extra stylus and clear view case in the box was a good enough deal to have gotten, the phone would essentially have cost me $250… I wish they would clearly state what is in the box with the device – especially if there are extras with the higher end variant.

  • the martian ambassador

    I’ll be buying the Galaxy Tab S4 when it comes out. I like the interest-free financing that T-Mobile offers but Mastercard will extend the manufacturers warranty to 3 years if I buy the device on the card. That’s too good an offer to pass up.

    • skywalkr2

      When is this coming?

  • Koolme666

    No black color? Damn i don’t really like the blue one.

  • SuzieSunshine

    I purchased my Note9, Jump On Demand, and the down payment was only $79.99 and not $279.99. Has pricing changed in the last few days? My monthly payment is $40. So far with the Note9 I don’t see any value in paying so much for a phone when the only difference is a marginal increase in screen size and a stylus. I am waiting for the OnePlus 6T, though I will miss Samsung Pay.

    • corepreacher

      There are more differences than just the screen size and the stylus. I had a Note 8 and switched to the Note 9 because the speakers are way better. When listening to music or videos on the N8, the sound only came out of the bottom. On the N9 Dolby Atmos Sound is on both speakers. Also you get a brighter screen, S Pen features are very handy and will be upgraded as more apps take advantage of the API. Then you have the new Samsung experience 10 which is better than on the N8 especially for MMS. Then you have the battery life, the glorious battery life. I have been on my phone all day and am still at 86%. There is lot to love.
      I was going to get the new galaxy watch but no MST is a deal breaker for me. I use it all of the time.

      • Yonatan Ben Magen

        Also new Snapdragon 845 SOC with band 71 support (Note 8 only added band 66 with Snap 835) as well as 2X the memory 128GB vs 64GB 4000mah battery vs 3300mah. Internal memory is faster and more stable than MicroSD.

        You also get a few other practical/useful items with 845, for Data beyond band 71 (new T-mo 600mhz band). Dual image stabilization and a few other things slipping my mind.

        Again YMMV going from Note8.

    • Trevnerdio

      It goes by your credit class rating and how long you’ve been with T-Mobile, which is just annoying in my case because we were customers for almost 15 years, changed the account over from my mother’s name to my father’s name…now we’re treated like sketchy, untested, new customers. It’s extremely frustrating, and down payments for the phones are through the roof. I told them I won’t do it, and they fighting me hard on it.

  • Aaron A.

    I have a paid off note 8 and went to T-Mobile store to trade it in for Note 9 but I couldn’t do it because It’s the same phone with a few upgrades that are nice but not a must have and I didn’t want to pay $279 down + tax and $500 credit over 24months for my Note 8, I guess $21/month.
    I also have JOD in one of my line but since I’m with t-mobile for 2yrs 10months, I’m not eligible for lower down payment of $80. So no Note 9 for me. I’ll wait for price drop or BOGO.

  • Homero

    Where tf is black

  • Matthew Gies

    does this blog even share what’s new about devices anymore? or just share about prices?