Verizon joined its carrier cohorts Wednesday by officially announcing it will carry Samsung's Galaxy Note 2.
Big Red plans to stock the device starting Oct. 24 and will sell it on a two-year contract for $299.99.
The carrier can now count itself among the five companies that Samsung is teaming up with stateside to bring its 5.9-inch handset to the masses.
T-Mobile was the first to announce the device would be on its shelves, news it shared hours before Verizon's announcement.
Now that Verizon jumped into the Note 2 fray, the device has a home at a handful of U.S. carriers.
The others are Sprint, U.S. Cellular, AT&T and the aforementioned T-Mobile. Pre-orders are open for all, though don't expect to get one from AT&T until Nov. 9.
Sprint customers can get a 16GB version of the S-Pen-packing phone starting Oct. 25.
T-Mobile is selling the device for the princely sum of $369.99 with a new, two-year service agreement, making it the highest charger for the eagerly awaited phablet.
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