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How to buy the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Z Fold 4 right now

Foldable phones are no longer a strange new concept — now they’re just a type of smartphone we see released every year. But just because they’re becoming commonplace in release schedules doesn’t mean they’re common in everyday life. This may be your chance to change that for yourself. The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 are now available, and while neither is a massive change from the previous generation of foldable smartphones, they’re both still great-looking and powerful phones that are truly next-generation.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4.
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How do you get your hands on these amazing machines? We’ve got the details right here, whether you’re taking the foldable plunge for the first time or you’re an established fan.

Buying from Samsung

The Galaxy Z devices are expensive, but they don’t have to be if you grab the right bonuses. Samsung is offering up to $1,000 off the Galaxy Z Fold 4 when you trade-in. Trading in will get you $900 off the Galaxy Z Flip 4.

The 512GB model of the Z Flip 4 and the 1TB model of the Z Fold 4 are both Samsung exclusives for now, so this is the only place you can easily grab them.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 with 256GB of storage$1,800 upfront, $50.01 per month for 36 months, or $450 every two weeks for two months.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 with 512GB of storage$1,920 upfront, $53.34 per month for 36 months, or $480 every two weeks for two months.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 with 1TB of storage$2,160 upfront, $60.01 per month for 36 months, or $540 every two weeks for two months.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 with 128GB of storage $1,000 upfront, $27.78 per month for 36 months, or $250 every two weeks for two months.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 with 256GB of storage $1,060 upfront, $29.45 per month for 36 months, or $265 every two weeks for two months.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 with 512GB of storage $1,180 upfront, $32.79 per month for 36 months, or $295 every two weeks for two months.

Buying from AT&T

AT&T is offering some solid bonuses, including being able to get the Galaxy Z Flip 4 for free or the Galaxy Z Fold 4 for $1,000 off, as long as you hit certain criteria. You’ll need to sign up for AT&T’s installment plan and get an unlimited plan, but the amazing inclusion is the ability to trade in any Galaxy phone, from any year, in any condition, and still get the bonus. That’s a big draw for anyone with an older Samsung phone chilling in a cupboard, box, or drawer.

$1,800 upfront or $50 per month for 36 months.

$1,920 upfront or $53.34 per month for 36 months.

$1,000 upfront or $27.78 per month for 36 months.

$1,060 upfront or $29.45 per month for 36 months.

Buying from T-Mobile

T-Mobile is one of the few carriers offering a 24-month contract option, and there’s also an automatic $1,000 discount on both phones when you create a new line on Magenta Max. Or, you can save up to $1,000 with a trade-in on Magenta Max as well. If you’re not wanting Magenta Max, your discounts drop to $500 instead.

$1,800 upfront or $50 per month for 36 months.

$1,920 upfront or $53.34 per month for 36 months.

$1,000 upfront or $41.67 per month for 24 months.

$1,060 upfront or $44.17 per month for 24 months.

Buying from Verizon

Verizon is offering up to $800 off by trading in an old phone and selecting a 5G Unlimited plan. You can also get another $200 off if you switch to Verizon.

$1,800 upfront or $49.99 per month for 36 months.

$1,920 upfront or $53.33 per month for 36 months.

$1,000 upfront or $27.77 per month for 36 months.

$1,060 upfront or $29.44 per month for 36 months.

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