Samsung Galaxy Fold Pre-registration Starts in US & UK

Samsung Galaxy Fold release date is becoming a more mystery with every news that comes with various re-launch date. Like the previous Korean Media news that mentioned September 6th is the date when Samsung would release its first foldable phone at the IFA event. Well, this time we have more reasons to believe this news, not exact the same date but it could happen in the next few coming days. We have a news that can make Galaxy Fold users happy before they get their hands on their Galaxy Fold. The pre-registration or Sign-up program for Galaxy Fold is now open for US & UK customers. They can now reserve Galaxy Fold to get in the line.

Samsung said there is a huge rush for the product & limited product availability so you may hurry to book your Fold. Two weeks ago, pre-registration had started in China and inside news says the response is excellent from the customers.

Galaxy Fold

We have other evidence that proves Samsung is now ready to launch the foldable phone. The Samsung USA website has updated the Galaxy Fold page and now it mentions the price for the AT&T carrier. The costs for Galaxy Fold are the same as before but it is now officially mentioned on the website so we are near to launch date.

AT&T Galaxy Fold Plans

After the cancellation of the previous launch date, Samsung updated all their Galaxy Fold pages and removed all carrier plans, but now they have updated the prices again. For the AT&T customer, Galaxy Fold will be available for $1980 and another plan is $65.99/month for 30 months at 0% APR and the qualified customers will get 0% down payment when they have AT&T Next plan.

According to the previous information Galaxy Fold will first land in South Korea, and then it will launch in the US, UK and the rest of the countries. If you want to signup to Galaxy Fold then visit the below links to pre-book it.

Samsung USA

Samsung UK

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