Even though the Galaxy S9 is obviously no longer part of the mobile industry’s cream of the crop, having made its commercial debut more than 18 months ago with a single 12MP rear-facing camera in tow, Samsung continues to charge a full $600 through its official US website for the 5.8-incher in both unlocked and carrier-specific variants.
Verizon’s Galaxy S9
On the bright side, if you’re an existing Verizon subscriber willing to add a new line of service, you can bag the early 2018-released high-ender for as little as 300 bucks overall. Technically, you’re not looking at an outright discount of $300 here, but rather $300 credit applied to your account over 24 months.
Naturally, that also means you need to sign up for one of those two-year device payment plans. After taking the credits into consideration, you’ll spend just $12.49 a month, amounting to an affordable grand total of around $300. That’s certainly not bad for a handset that seems to be holding up well enough, what with a powerful Snapdragon 845 processor under the hood, alongside 4GB RAM, 64 gigs of internal storage space, and a respectable 3,000mAh battery with fast charging and wireless charging support.