Seems like T-Mobile subscribers might get the Galaxy Note 8 early

If you’re a T-Mobile subscriber and you are eager to get your hands on the new Galaxy Note 8, then hold your seat because we’ve got some good news for you. Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 that’s currently available for preorder on every major carrier and retail stores may become available “early” to T-Mobile customers.

The “uncarrier” has been contacting customers who preordered the smartphone letting them know that their order “is being packed and will begin shipping soon.” According to TmoNews, seems like we’re looking at September 13th as the ship date for T-Mobile’s Galaxy Note 8 orders.

T-Mobile customers who purchased the Galaxy Note 8 can rejoice. You may be able to get your smartphone earlier than everyone else. If you haven’t preordered the phone, T-Mobile sells the Galaxy Note 8 for $929.99 outright or can be purchased for $210 downpayment and 24 months installment of $30 per month.

Don’t forget that there are also some free accessory bundles being given with the phone if you order the phone before September 24th. You can get either a Gear 360 Camera or the 128GB microSD card and a wireless charging accessory with your Galaxy Note 8 purchase.

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