If you are located in the United States, pre-orders for the recently announced Galaxy Note7 have begun. While rumors indicated that T-Mobile and Sprint would have special promotional items bundled with the purchase of the device, it looks like all the major carriers are on board, offering the choice of either a 256GB microSD card or Gear Fit 2.
Currently, AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, and Sprint are offering the Note7 for pre-order with the option of receiving a free 256GB microSD card or Gear Fit 2. While all of the previously mentioned carriers are offering the same device, there is a little bit of price difference depending on the carrier you choose. Both T-Mobile and Sprint are offering the Note7 for $849.99, while Verizon will be offering it for $864.99 and AT&T a little higher, with a price of $879.99.
The offer will be valid on purchases made from August 3rd through August 28th, with claims needing to filed by September 18th, 2016. Samsung does state in the fine print that supplies are limited with no more than 250,000 of each item being reserved for distribution. Those in Europe will have to wait a little while longer, as pre-orders for the Note7 will not start until August 16th.