Samsung Galaxy Note 4: Price Revealed, Coming on 10 October
More retailers across the US have now opened pre-booking for Samsung's Galaxy Note 4.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4, which is slated to be released in retail stores across the United States starting 17 October, can now be pre-ordered from a host of other major US wireless carriers apart from AT&T that initially opened pre-bookings for the South-Korea electronics giant's large-screen flagship.

Potential buyers wanting to pre-book their Galaxy Note 4 units now have the option of choosing Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile, to order respective Note 4 smartphones.

Pre-order from Verizon

Samsung's large-screen flagship is open for pre-order from Verizon, and the carrier has put a price -tag of $300 on the device with a two-year contract.

Click here to pre-order now.

Pre-order from Sprint

Those wanting to buy the Note 4 also have the option of choosing Sprint Wireless, and the carrier is offering the large-screen smartphone at $350 with a two-year contract.

Click here to pre-book now.

Those preferring to opt-in for an EMI scheme can subscribe to Sprint's $30 per month/ 24 months plan.

Pre-Order from T-Mobile

T-Mobile has also opened pre-orders for Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 smartphone, and the device is available under a $31 per month/24 months EMI plan, with $0 initial down-payment.

The wireless carrier is claiming to ship pre-orders by 17 October 2014.

Click here to navigate to T-Mobile, and pre-book Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 large screen smartphone.

Pre-Order from AT&T

Initially, AT&T was the first carrier to open pre-bookings for Galaxy Note 4.

AT&T is offering Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 for a price of $299 (£182) with a two-year carrier contract.

Click here to pre-book now.

For potential buyers not preferring to subscribe to carrier contracts, an unlocked Galaxy Note 4 is also up for pre-orders, and the device costs approximately $700 (£431) across all the above carriers.