The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, Samsung’s two new flagship phones, are available for purchase through major retailers and cell phone carriers. The phone was released for retail sales on March 16, 2018. It comes packed with new and improved features.
Customers can buy the Galaxy S9 for $26.34 or the Galaxy S9 Plus for $30.50 over thirty installments. Signing up for an AT&T Next plan will get buyers 50% off of the purchase price of either phone.
Verizon offers payments of $33.33 or $38.74 for the S9 or the S9 Plus over a span of 24 months. Verizon also offers a buy one get on free deal, where buyers of the Samsung galaxy S9 can get another S9 for free, with the activation of a new line.
T-Mobile sells the Galaxy S9 for $30 per month of a span of 24 months, and the S9 Plus for $30 per month over a span of 24 months with a $120 down payment. Trading in an elegible device will get buyers half off both of the phones, paid over $24 months.
Retailers such as Best Buy and Costco also sell the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. Shoppers can purchase the phones at Target, Sam’s Club, or online at Amazon.