Sprint’s highly successful Galaxy Forever Plan will be making its way to both the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus when they launch in the US on April 21st. Forever was first seen when the Galaxy S7 launched and allows consumers to upgrade their phones to a new Galaxy S after 12 months of lease payments.

Sprint's Galaxy Forever Plan Extending to the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus

After or very close to 12-months of payments, consumers can upgrade to the newest additions in the Galaxy S series which is presumably about one year. If someone doesn’t want the latest Galaxy S, they can choose to stay in the lease for a total of 18-months and then upgrade to any other handset.

Of course, if neither one is a personal option you can choose to pay month to month for the duration of the lease or buy out the lease by paying the balance in-full.

If you’re considering purchasing or preordering the Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus through Sprint, the launch price will come in at $31.25 and $35.42/month which is pretty consistent with previous launches in the Galaxy S series.

Both handsets will go on sale starting April 21st with preorders through Sprint and the other US carriers including T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon already underway. For those who chose to preorder either handset, you can take home a Gear VR headset and the new controller which Samsung just recently launched.

You can preorder the S8 or S8 Plus or check out more on the Sprint Galaxy Forever plan through this link.