Samsung introduced its new Galaxy Note 8 phone on Wednesday, and top U.S. mobile carriers quickly started offering promotions and free gifts to entice buyers.
Verizon said it would start preorders for the Note 8 on Thursday for $960 upfront, or $40 a month for 24 months. But the carrier also said it would give a discount of up to half the price with the trade in of a recent smartphone. Verizon (vz) buyers also get a free 128 GB memory card and a fast-charge wireless charger or free Gear 360 camera with the purchase.
T-Mobile said Note 8 pre-orders would start on Wednesday at 9 p.m. Pacific time and would be available in stores and online starting September 15. The cost is $210 plus $30 a month for 24 months, or $930 upfront. On the carrier's Jump upgrade plan, the Note 8 will be $39 a month on an 18-month lease. T-Mobile (tmus) customers who buy a Note 8 by Sept. 24 will get a Gear 360 camera for free.
AT&T (t) offered the Note 8 for $31.67 for 30 months in its Next program, with a credit of up to $200 for a trade-in. At full price upfront, AT&T is selling the phone for $950. Customers could choose from the same free memory card and charger or free camera that Verizon offered. Buyers who added AT&T's DirecTV service could get $500 off a Samsung TV set. Buyers who already subscribed to DirecTV and bought the Note on the Next program could get $750 in credit towards another Samsung Galaxy line phone.
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Comcast (cmcsa), a new player in the wireless market, said it would carry the Note 8 starting September 15, but did not offer specific details about the price. "Pricing and pre-order details will be announced soon," Comcast's Xfinity Mobile service said in a statement.
Sprint (s) is offering the Note 8 for $40 a month on an 18 month lease, but customers switching from another carrier get half off, and pay only $20 a month. Customers can upgrade to a new Galaxy device after 12 months. Sprint is also selling the phone outright for $960. And the fourth-ranked carrier also offered the free memory card and charger or free camera promotion.
Samsung is offering a separate deal on its own for people who owned the prior generation Note 7, which was recalled. Note 7 owners are eligible for a discount up to $425 on the Galaxy Note 8. To qualify, customers will have to be verified by the company to ensure they actually owned the ill-fated device, will need to trade in their existing smartphones and place their order for the new handset on Samsung.com.
At a press event in New York City on Wednesday, Samsung showed off the features of its latest Note device, including an OLED 6.3-inch screen, dual lens cameras on the back and support for a stylus known as the S pen.
The unveiling comes less than a year after Samsung had to recall the prior Note 7 due to faulty batteries that overheated and caught fire in some cases. At Wednesday's event, Samsung showed fans of the Note 7 who said they were sticking with the brand and eager to try the Note 8.