T-Mobile US, Inc. (NYSE: TMUS) will launch Samsung’s first wearable experience, Galaxy Gear(TM), and the Samsung Galaxy Note® 3 nationwide October 2. Paired with the Galaxy Note 3, Samsung’s Galaxy Gear smartwatch introduces an entirely new type of mobile experience by intelligently connecting and sharing everyday moments with quick glance notifications, hands-free calling, music control and an array of innovative features.
The next generation of Samsung Galaxy products are pushing the boundaries of mobile innovation and how people manage and enjoy their lives,” said Jason Young, vice president of product marketing for T-Mobile US. “T-Mobile is pushing boundaries too. Only America’s Un-carrier offers the latest Samsung innovation with the boldest offers in wireless – no annual service contracts, unlimited data on a nationwide 4G network and the freedom to upgrade affordably when you want, not when you’re told with JUMP!(TM)
Pairing a dramatically simple unlimited plan with premium Galaxy devices isn’t anything without a blazing fast network. T-Mobile is delivering 4G LTE at a breakneck pace – reaching 167 million people across the U.S. in 116 metropolitan areas as of early-August. The company continues to make rapid progress towards its goal of reaching 200 million people by the end of the year.
The Galaxy Note 3 will be available for $199.99 down with 24 equal monthly device payments of $21.00 with T-Mobile’s Simple Choice Plan and Samsung’s Galaxy Gear will cost $299.99 (plus taxes and fees). To be the first to know when T-Mobile will start taking orders online for the Galaxy Note 3, customers can sign up for alerts at https://explore.t-mobile.com/samsung-galaxy-note-3. Those who register before September 15 will automatically be entered into a sweepstakes for a chance to win a free Galaxy Note 3 and a companion Galaxy Gear.
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