U.S. carriers start selling new Galaxy S5 in next few daysAT&T says it will take orders for Samsung’s new Galaxy S5 smartphone starting Friday, U.S. time, while T-Mobile will start on Monday.
Verizon, Sprint and others are also expected to carry the phone, though details have yet to be revealed.
AT&T says the phone will cost $200 with a two-year service agreement or $650 without a contract. T-Mobile is charging $660 under its installment plan.
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