The Samsung Gear S2 looks to be heads and tails improved over Samsung’s previous bulky Star Trek watches. With a stunning classic circular design, the Gear S2 looks like it should give the Huawei Watch and Moto 360 V2 at least a little competition. Now T-Mobile has just announced they will be carrying the Samsung Gear S2 starting November 15th for those of you who are looking to give this one a whirl. T-Mobile is offering up the Gear S2 to its customers for $5 a month (after $10 credit when paired with a compatible Samsung Galaxy smartphone on a qualifying Simple Choice plan) and $0 down which gets you unlimited talk and text from your Gear S2 and 500MB of data for using apps and browsing.
And, only Un-carrier customers can get the stylish Gear S2 with the best wearable plan in wireless when adding the smartwatch to their current smartphone plan. For just $5/month, T-Mobile customers can call, tweet and email on-the-go with unlimited talk, text and data –all directly from your wrist – while on our network (up to 500MB of high-speed data), in addition to:
- 4G data and unlimited talk and text in Canada and Mexico
- Unlimited texting and data in more than 140 countries and destinations worldwide
- Unlimited music-streaming with more than 31 services including Spotify, Pandora and more
The Samsung Gear S2 will be available at T-Mobile in 2 colors – Dark Gray and Silver for $0 down; $15/23 months + $14.99 24th month; FRP: $359.99. Customers can sign up today at https://explore.t-mobile.com/samsung-gear-s2 to stay updated on Gear S2 news at T-Mobile.
Plus taxes/fees. On approved credit. If you cancel wireless service, remaining balance on accessories becomes due. $15 SIM starter kit may be required.
With Android Wear heating up it should be interesting to see how the individual competitors do in the market. The first generation Moto 360 got some great feedback and V2 doesn’t seem to be lacking positive reviews. The Huawei watch is one of the more elegant Android Wear pieces that has come out and it should perform well in the market.
What do you think of the Samsung Gear S2 coming to T-Mobile? Is this something you’ve been waiting for? Let us know in the comments below or on Google+, Facebook and Twitter.