There are slight variations in pricing between carriers, but let’s look at what Bell is charging for both phones. The 32GB Samsung Galaxy S6 is priced at the equivalent of $195 USD with a two-year pact. Sans contract, the phone is priced at $571 USD. The 64GB model is priced at $281 USD with your John Hancock on a two-year pact, and $657 USD off-contract. The 128GB variant with a two-year contract is priced at the equivalent of $367 USD. Without a contract, the price is $743 USD.
The 32GB Samsung Galaxy S6 edge is offered for $274 USD on contract, $649 USD off-contract. The 64GB version is priced at $360 USD with a signed pact and $735 USD without one. And lastly, the 128GB Galaxy S6 edge has a 2-year contract price of $446 USD and an off-contract price of $820 USD.