Samsung Galaxy S8 price starts at $720 — here's how to buy
Friday, 21 April 2017 () Samsung’s latest flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, launch today at carriers and retail stores across the United States (and globally). Availability of some models has already slipped to late April, so it seems Samsung has a hit on its hands and could be in for a successful bounce back from the Note 7 recall. And carriers are already bickering over which network the S8 runs fastest on.
Below you’ll find everything you need to know about how to purchase the Galaxy S8.
Available in stores April 21st.
Galaxy S8: $720 full retail
Monthly installments: $30 / mo for 24 months
Galaxy S8 Plus: $840 full retail
Monthly installments: $35 / mo for 24 months
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