T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2 official Price announced. Both Titanium Gray and Marble White colors available.

It’s out and it’s official! After a lot of hype, pricing rumors, several leaks, the much-awaited Samsung Galaxy Note 2 finally hit the shelves with T-Mobile. T-Mobile is the first US carrier to offer the Galaxy Note 2. And now that it has finally hit the road, T-Mobile can breathe easy on the incessant questions on pricing that it may have had to answer in the days leading to the release of the Samsung phablet.

T-Mobile is offering the Galaxy Note 2 at $370 with a new 2 year service agreement for classic plan customers. Value Plan customers can score one for $650 – $250 upfront with the balance payable in 20 installments of $20 each. Pricey, eh? T-Mobile is also offering two color options – Titanium Gray and Marble White. You can head over to the nearest T-Mobile store and take your pick, or can order it online.

In case you can’t resist your temptation to get one after reading this, hit the link below to order your Samsung Galaxy Note 2.

Order the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 from T-Mobile

2 Comments

  1. It may be a bit pricey, but I think it’s worth it. I have had an upgrade
    available for a while, and I am sticking with T-Mobile since they are the only
    carrier to offer unlimited data with actual speed. In many cases, the 4G on my
    current phone than the LTE phone that one of my DISH coworkers has. We use the
    DISH Remote Access app on our phones to stream live and recorded shows through
    the Sling Adapter that we have on our home receivers. With how much his phone
    buffers, it hardly seems worth paying extra for LTE. It will be nice being able
    to stream as much as I want without hitting a cap.

  2. It may be a bit pricey, but I think it’s worth it. I have had an upgrade
    available for a while, and I am sticking with T-Mobile since they are the only
    carrier to offer unlimited data with actual speed. In many cases, the 4G on my
    current phone than the LTE phone that one of my DISH coworkers has. We use the
    DISH Remote Access app on our phones to stream live and recorded shows through
    the Sling Adapter that we have on our home receivers. With how much his phone
    buffers, it hardly seems worth paying extra for LTE. It will be nice being able
    to stream as much as I want without hitting a cap.

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