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Carriers in the United States
Didn’t offer the Galaxy Note 5 in Gold Platinum when the handset first came out a couple of months ago so customers who wanted one either had to purchase an unlocked version from independent retailers or wait on their carrier to bring this color option. T-Mobile started selling the Galaxy Note 5 in Gold Platinum a fortnight back and now both Verizon and AT&T are selling the handset is this color as well.
It’s only the color that’s different
Otherwise it’s the exact same handset that Verizon and AT&T have been selling for months now. Pricing is the same as well, AT&T will sell you the 64GB Galaxy Note 5 in Gold Platinum for $839.99 upfront or with $0 down and $28 per month for 30 months. It’s also selling the device with a conventional two year service contract for $349.99. Verizon has the 32GB Galaxy Note 5 in Gold Platinum for $696 upfront or $0 down and equal monthly installments of $29 for 24 months.