US availability details for Galaxy S6, S6 Edge start trickling out

The Galaxy S6 is here! While we wait on the rollout of the smartphone to begin on April 10, we have until then to start learning about which carriers will support the smartphone (and its S6 Edge companion) on their networks, and which won’t. Today, (most of) the major US carriers have announced their intent to carry the device.

AT&T kicks off the announcements by letting us know that both the S6 Edge and S6 will be available on its network, in both carrier stores and online. It has set up a landing page which is the first source link below; there you can register your interest in the smartphone to learn more about it when the time is right.

Cricket Wireless, an AT&T mobile virtual network operator, also says that it will carry the S6, but there’s no word on the S6 Edge. We’ve asked Cricket whether it has any plans to carry the S6 Edge to share and we’ll update this post if we hear back.

Sprint also is going to carry both the phones beginning in April. One of its MVNO brands, Boost Mobile, will also be getting it. Pricing and availability will be announced at a later date.

Finally, T-Mobile will have both the phones available this spring. It also has a landing page available, linked below.

Source: AT&T, Cricket, Sprint, T-Mobile

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