Correction: An earlier version of this article misstated the full retail price of the phone as $695. It is $880. AT&T is offering an account credit of $695 if customers buy a second, eligible Galaxy smartphone. Pocketnow regrets the error.

If you’ve been following the rumors regarding the wheelings and dealings of carriers carrying the all-new Galaxy Note 7, you’ll likely not be surprised at the United States’s number two network making its pitch.

Starting tomorrow, customers on AT&T can pre-order the Galaxy Note 7 in Blue Coral, Black Onyx and Silver Titanium at the price of $880. That’s 30 monthly payments of $29.34 on AT&T Next or 24 payments of $36.67 on AT&T Next Every Year.

You can get another Galaxy Note 7 (or any other applicable Galaxy phone, though eligibility has not been made public yet) for free — “free” as in getting $695 in 30 monthly account credits. Other options include a free Gear S2 smartwatch (not Gear Fit 2) and/or a Galaxy Tab E for $0.99, both with two-year service agreements. The first offer expires on August 31 while the second ends specifically in Puerto Rico on September 30.

AT&T is apt to remind customers that with its NumberSync service, all of those devices can make and take calls and texts under a single number.

The Note 7 officially goes on sale August 19.

Source: AT&T

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