Samsung Galaxy S8 Edge Price Without Contract

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The world is going to witness the first ever foldable and flexible smartphone. Samsung lovers are anxiously waiting for the release of new Samsung Galaxy S8. The launch event is a few months away. According to the news, the launching event will take place next year in the month of February. Samsung successfully released the Samsung Galaxy S7 models but faced the setback in the shape of Galaxy Note 7 controversy. The new Galaxy S-series will bolster Samsung in the market. People are curious about the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8 Edge price without contract.

(Update 1: 17 February 2017) The Samsung Galaxy S8 latest release date is 21st of April 2017.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Edge Price Without Contract

Samsung Galaxy S8 Edge Price Without Contract

The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8 Edge will cost you $900 and $1000 respectively at full retail. If you wish to buy on monthly installments, then Galaxy S8 will cost you $37.50 until 24 months, and Galaxy S8 Edge will cost you $41.65 till 24 months.

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Full Retail And Monthly Charges Without Contract

The price depends on the storage options you choose, so for your ease, we combine a table which shows you the full retail price and monthly charges with storage options.

ModelStorageFull Retail PriceMonthly Charges
Samsung Galaxy S8 Edge32 GB$1,000$41.65
Samsung Galaxy S8 Edge64 GB$1,100$45.83
Samsung Galaxy S8 Edge128 GB$1,200$50
Samsung Galaxy S832 GB$900$37.50
Samsung Galaxy S864 GB$1,000$41.65
Samsung Galaxy S8128 GB$1,100$45.83

Benefits Of No-Contract Smartphones

  • Whether you have a postpaid or prepaid plan, the best benefit of not having a contract phone is the saving you get. You will save much more if you are not paying monthly installments as a contract customer. The terms are usually more transparent in unlocked smartphones.
  • If the phone is unlocked and you are not satisfied with your particular career, then you can switch to any career you want. In a locked phone, you are restricted to use the same career.
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