Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Galaxy Note 2 Major Carriers Confirmed!

galaxy note 2 release We had an interesting article not so long ago about Verizon and AT&T might be the carriers for the Galaxy Note 2, and today that rumor has been confirmed along with a few others. Namely, the big four - Verizon, Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile will, along with the regional U.S. Cellular be the official carriers of the new Galaxy Note 2. This leaves consumers with a lot of options to choose from in case you want to buy the Note 2 via one of these carriers.

 Samsung has also given us a hint at the release date for the USA as the device is expected to be in stock of the carriers by mid-November. This doesn't sound very optimistic for those who can't wait to get their hands on the new device, but we remind you that the same situation was present with the original Galaxy Note which was released in the USA three months after it was officially released in other parts of the world. Still, without an official release date is hard for us to say anything at the moment other than quote some rumors. Recently there were stories about a release on the 21st of October by AT&T but it seems this might be highly incorrect. The company did not respond to these claims.

 As for Sprint, the news on the wire is that you won't be seeing the device any sooner than what Samsung has said. On a good note, those who get the Galaxy Note 2 via Sprint can look forward towards a very good 4G LTE plan that this carrier is offering. As for U.S. Cellular, they announced that the Galaxy Note 2 16 GB model will be available somewhere in late October, for $299.99 after an instant $100 rebate with a two-year contract. Preorders are open on their site in case you want to book your version of their Galaxy Note 2.

So who are you interested in? Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile or U.S. Cellular?

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