Best Buy still doesn’t say how much you have to pay for the Fascinate, however, the price is almost certainly $199.99 with a new 2-yr contract on Verizon.
The Fascinate (which comes with Bing Search and Bing Maps preinstalled – unlike the other Galaxy S smartphones for the US) will probably be shipped on September 9, when Verizon should start selling it directly, too.
Best Buy also lets you pre-order Sprint’s Samsung Epic 4G (which will be available starting tomorrow), and buy the AT&T Samsung Captivate and the T-Mobile Samsung Vibrant (the last two have already reached sales of more than 1 million units together).
All four Galaxy S handsets can be checked out here at Best Buy.
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