Top Samsung Galaxy S8 and Note 8 deals in the market
The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Note 8 are amazing Android smartphones that compete with today’s newer models despite being released in the market more than a year ago. Since it’s been such a long time, it makes no sense in paying the same prices you’d have paid to buy a new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 last year. Listed below are the best deals from carriers for both phones:
Samsung Galaxy S8 deals
The T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S8 deal knocks around $150 off the original price to offer the product at around $600. Moreover, this device can be paid for in 24 installments of around $25 each.
This carrier offers the Galaxy S8 for around $696, which is available in 24 monthly installments of around $29 each. Also, new Verizon customers get a $150 prepaid card.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 is offered by AT&T for around $655, i.e., 30 monthly installments of around $22 each, which is the lowest monthly installments across all carriers.
Sprint offers the Samsung Galaxy S8 for around $672 for sale, or lease the phone for 18 months for $28 each month. Thereafter, one can either buy the phone or trade it in for another product.
Boost offers the Samsung Galaxy S8 for around $500, which one needs to pay upfront, and the product can be unlocked only after a year.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 deals
This carrier offers the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 for around $870, or a down payment of around $150 and 24 monthly installments of around $30.
AT&T offers the phone for around $950, or 30 monthly installments of $32 each. Also, if you will also get a Samsung Gear S3 smartwatch costing around $350 for around $100 if you sign up for an AT&T Next 2-year wireless plan.
Verizon allows customers to finance the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 via 24 monthly payments of around $40 each. Moreover, if you are a new Verizon customer, then you will get a prepaid card of $150 on the new account.
Sprint also doesn’t offer discounts on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Customers can lease the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 for 18 months at around $40/month, or for around $960 in full. Once the lease period has ended, customers can either trade the phone for another product or buy the phone with the balance.