Want to know more about the upcoming Galaxy S9 US availability? You’ve come to the right place. Whilst we cannot guarantee that this information will be accurate, we can confidently say that the information about the Galaxy S9 provided below is likely to be close to the official S9 availability in North America.
Firstly, the Galaxy S9 US availability should begin in the first quarter of 2018. The Galaxy S9 and S9 Edge will be on shelves a month after the S9 is announced.
Samsung Galaxy S9 US Availability
Typically, new Galaxy flagships are announced in March or late February. By this logic, we can safely assume that the Galaxy S9 will be available for purchase SIM free and on contract from April 2018 in the US and Canada.
The types of available contracts will depend on what kind of partnership deals Samsung may have made with network operators in North America prior to the Galaxy S9 announcement. However, it’s likely that all of the major North American network operators will sell the Galaxy S9. This will include AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile, Rogers, Bell and more.
Considering the Note 7 slip-up in 2016 and the pressure for Samsung to get back on track in terms of financial success, it’s very unlikely that the Galaxy S9 will be launched with limited availability.
We can expect the Galaxy S9 to be readily available both online and in brick and mortar stores that have accepted to take stock of the smartphone.
A variety of 2 year plans for the Galaxy S9 with bundles of LTE data, call minutes and texts will be available from different network operators. Those interested in the Galaxy S9 will be spoilt for choice and should be able to shop around between different network operators to find a deal that suits them best.
With that being said, don’t expect the 2 year plans for the Samsung Galaxy S9 to be cheap – the S9 and S9 Edge will be premium smartphones and a premium monthly price can be expected, at least for the first six months of release