Verizon subscribers awaiting Samsung's Galaxy S4 will be able to pick one up next month.
Verizon is the last major U.S. carrier to chime in with a time frame for the Galaxy S4.
Verizon hasn't yet revealed its price tag for the S4.
AT&T is selling the 16GB version for $199 with the usual two-year contact. The price for the 32GB edition will be $249, though that model is not available for preorder at this time. The 16GB version is also available contract-free at the full retail price of $639. U.S. Cellular's price for the 16GB flavor is the same as that of AT&T's.
More deals can be had through other carriers.
T-Mobile will sell the Galaxy S4 on April 24 for $149 down with monthly service payments that are likely to be $20.
Sprint will offer the phone three days later with a price tag of $249. But for a limited time only, new customers who switch to Sprint and carry over their existing phone number can score the phone for $149.
Samsung said this week that the S4 will be available across seven U.S. carriers starting this month and be sold through all of the major retailers.