Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear arrive to AT&T and Sprint

by: Andrew GrushOctober 4, 2013

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On Wednesday, the Note 3 and Galaxy Gear officially arrived to T-Mobile’s network. Now the big day has also come for AT&T and Sprint customers!

For AT&T customers, the Galaxy Note 3 will set you back $299.99 with a two-year commitment, or $549.99 with a one-year contract. For those looking to escape the contract altogether, AT&T also offers the phone outright for $724.99, or for $35 a month for 20 months with AT&T Next.

If you’re interested in picking up the Note 3 on the Now Network, Sprint is offering the handset for a hefty $349.99 with two-year contract. The good news for new customers is that they can get $100 off if they port their existing number over to Sprint, which will bring pricing down to a more reasonable $249.99 with contract.

Looking for a no-contract option via Sprint? The Note 3 is also available for zero down through Sprint’s recently announced One Up early upgrade program. Just keep in mind that this program is only offered in-store at the moment.

Turning to the Samsung Galaxy Gear, both carriers will sell the device for $299, though only AT&T currently has the smart watch listed for sale online.

So how about it, planning on picking up the Note 3 and/or Galaxy Gear? If so, from which carrier?

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  • JT

    bought mine on the sprint store just now for 250!! when best buy is selling it for 350?? maybe the got the wrong price up? so you better act now!!

    • MrMagoo

      Are you new to Sprint? Cause if you are they are giving anyone that moves to Sprint, or ads a line, an extra $100 toward any phone.

      • JT

        no for some it was showing me the wrong price. so ya i guess i was charged around 350 like i thought. i knew it was showing the wrong price.

  • Tom Pajak

    They should bundle the watch and phone..if they want to make this watch a success then they need to really give us an incentive to spend and extra $300 or make it available for payments

  • Ev

    Has anyone tried to buy the Galaxy Note 3 at full price today at an AT&T $724.99 and get denied to buying one? I was trying to buy a Note 3 to replace my Note 2 and was told I couldn’t buy one today because of some limited policy at the full retail price.

  • Eric Hayes

    I bought my SM-N900A on Oct. 3rd. around 3pm in Dallas at an AT&T store. VERY snappy. HATE Google Maps GPS voice tho.

  • confirm that

    can anyone confirm if its tri or dual band for sprint version