Updated 02:20 AM EDT, Sat, Sep 25, 2021

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus Case, Review & Price: Where to Get the Best Contract Deals

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Now that Samsung's premium phone Galaxy S6 Edge+ is already in the market, users are scouring the network providers to know where to get the best deals for their smartphone.

Based on official specifications from the Samsung's official website, the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus boasts a dual-edged 5.7" Quad HD Super AMOLED display that provides "crystal clear detail" for a full-immersion experience.

The smartphone also has 16MP rear snapper which supports UHD 4K videos as well as a 5MP front-facing camera that can take wide-angle shots.

Under the hood, Samsung's new phablet is powered by Android 5.1 Lollipop and Samsung's trademark 64-bit Exynos 7420 octa-core processor and comes with the same internal memory offers as the Galaxy Note 5 which has 32 GB or 64 GB variants.

Back in August, promotional offers for pre-order had been cited in several outlets like the International Business Times involving three of the top network providers in the United States: AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon.

Special offers of a free Netflix subscription from T-Mobile, as noted in Fierce Wireless, has already expired since the device is already out in the market though the prices remain unchanged.


T-Mobile offers include a $32.50 monthly payment plan for a period of 24 months for the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ with 32 GB internal memory while those which include a 64GB-device would have to pay $31.67 monthly.

This includes subscription to the network via a T-Mobile SIM card which is included in a starter kit that s automatically added once the purchase has been made.

Of course, the device can be bought without the lock-in period of 24 months but with a price of $779.99 and $859.99 for the 32GB and 64GB phones, respectively.

Verizon Wireless

The IB Times described Verizon's offers to be "fairly straight forward" considering how the company ditched the two-year contracts they promoted in the past.

Buyers of the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus can procure the device with two options at Verizon: one-time payment of $768.00 for the 32GB variant and $864 for the 64GB; or a 24-month installment plan pegged at $32.00/month and $36/month, respectively.


AT&T, on the other hand, offers what IB Times deemed as the "cheapest deals," offering buyers a starting price of $299.99 for the 32GB device under a two-year contract and 64GB device for $399.99.

The network also provides more flexible options that can be lighter on the budget with the following installment plans:

Payment Option



Down Payment (30 percent + 28 monthly payments) $245 + $20.36/month $275 + $22.86/month
Next 12 (20 month) $40.75/month $45.75/month
Next 18 (24 month) $33.96/month $38.13/month
Next 24 (30 month) $27.17/month $30.50/month

However, the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus also proves to be more expensive in AT&T compared to T-Mobile and Verizon without the installment deals with a tag price of $814.99 for the 32GB and $914.99 for the 64GB device.

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