T-Mobile announced plans Thursday to carry the Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch in stores and online beginning November 15.
The device, which first made its way onto U.S. shelves at the start of October, will be available through the Un-carrier for $5 per month when adding the watch to a smartphone plan.
T-Mobile will carry the device in two colors – Dark Gray and Silver. The watch will be available with no down payment for $15 per month for 24 months, at a total retail cost of $359.99.
Verizon has also said it will carry the device, but has not yet given a release date.
Unlike previous iterations, the Gear S2 will be the first in a line of Samsung products that will be able to interact with any Android-based device.
The Gear S2 features a circular 1.2-inch face with a 302ppi display running on a dual-core 1GHz processor with 4GB of internal memory. The device uses Samsung’s Tizen operating system, the same OS used in the company’s previous watches.