It seems that the more rugged of the two Gear S3 models has been popular with cellular carriers for some LTE usage. AT&T has its plans set with the Gear S3 frontier. What about everyone else?

Well, T-Mobile has a response and it is to offer the new Tizen-powered smartwatch starting November 18, the date when every retailer on-board for launch presses the button, for a price of $399 ($50 more expensive than AT&T). That’s $16.63 per month over two years.

It’s a slight disappointment not to hear any of the carriers carry the Gear S3 classic, even as just a Bluetooth option, but then again, if you can’t attach a service fee to your smartwatch sales, what’s the point in even offering them these days?

Oh well, at least TMo’s keeping the service fee to $5 per month.

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