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Samsung has finally announced the much anticipated Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus at the Mobile World Congress over the weekend. The pricing is not very different from last year’s models though.

Now is the time to decide whether you’re due for an upgrade or you want to keep your current phone. If you have problems making up your mind, check our smartphone buying guide to get the best value for your money.

After you have made up your mind, don’t forget to read our guide to Android for beginners to get you started the right way with your new smartphone.

At Gotechtor, we’ve checked the pricing from all major US Carriers, it turns out the best way to buy the Galaxy S9/S9 Plus is from Samsung itself.

Here’s a pricing breakdown:

  • Sprint: $792/$912 for the Galaxy S9/S9+
  • Verizon: $800/$930 for the Galaxy S9/S9+
  • T-Mobile: $720/$840 for the Galaxy S9/S9+
  • AT&T: $790/$915 for the Galaxy S9/S9+

You can buy the unlocked version of the Galaxy S9/S9 Plus from Samsung for $719.99 and $839.99, respectively. If you don’t want to pay full price, you can buy either one on an installment plan. The S9/S9 Plus will be $30 and $35 per month for 24 months, respectively.

Best Buy always offers great deals when new phones come out, and that didn’t change for the Galaxy S9/S9 Plus. Best Buy is knocking $100 off pre-orders on Galaxy S9/S9 Plus only on Friday, March 2nd. Either you pay full price or with an installment plan, you’ll save $100.

You can also get up to $350 when you trade in a qualifying phone, like the Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus. That’s $450 right off the bat.

It’s hard to resist a deal like this if you’re a Galaxy S8/S8 Plus user. If you’re interested in that deal go take a look at the Best Buy website for more details and get your wallet ready for Friday.

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Herby has a healthy obsession with all things technology, especially smartphones. He loves to rip things apart to see how they work. He is responsible for the editorial direction, strategy, and growth of Gotechtor.

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