by Chris Smith, 7 months ago
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With the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 event in NYC wrapping up yesterday night, more carriers in the country are putting the wonder phablet up in their virtual shelves for pre-order. If you decide to pass up on T-Mobile’s deal due to its rather outrageous pricing, here’s what AT&T and Verizon are preparing to offer.
Both AT&T and Verizon will sell the 16GB Galaxy Note 2 for $299.99 with a two-year contract, although the former only has the Titanium Gray model up for sale for now, whereas it seems you can choose between the gray and the white version with the latter.
AT&T said that it will ship the Galaxy Note successor starting November 6. Meanwhile, the expected ship date for the Verizon variant is November 27. Not only will you have to bear a longer wait, but you’ll also have to learn to get used to the Verizon home button branding.
If you decide to get the Galaxy Note 2 off-contract, it will cost you $650 on AT&T and $700 on Verizon. These are actually cheaper compared to what U.S. Cellular expects you to shell out.
Have you decided on where you’re going to get your Galaxy Note 2 from?