The Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are Samsung's best devices to date, and they're now available in Canada.

They're possibly the two most important Android phones of the year, and if you live anywhere near a Canadian mall it's been impossible to miss the torrent of pre-order competition and fan excitement.

Now that they're available, let's go over the various places you can purchase the Galaxy S7 and its edge counterpart.

Where to buy the Galaxy S7

The smaller Galaxy S7 is available at pretty much every carrier in the country. Prices range from $299 at Wind Mobile on its WindTab financing program, rising to $400 at most other carriers, including the Big Three: Rogers, Telus and Bell.

Rogers

Rogers sells the Galaxy S7 for $399.99 on-contract and $899.99 outright, which works out to a standard $500 subsidy. Share plans begin at $75 for 1GB of data with unlimited local calling, and rise to $385 per month for 60GB of shared data. Rogers is also currently offering a $100 bill credit for all customers signing a two-year contract with the purchase of a new smartphone.

Rogers offers the GS7 in either black or silver colours.

See at Rogers

Bell

Bell sells the Galaxy S7 for $399.99 on-contract and $899.99 outright, which works out to a standard $500 subsidy. Share plans begin at $70 for 500MB of data with unlimited local calling, and rise to $165 per month for 15GB of shared data. Bell is also sweeting the deal somewhat with a $100 bill credit when you sign a two-year plan with 2.5GB of data or higher.

Bell offers the GS7 in either black or silver colours.

See at Bell

Telus

Telus sells the Galaxy S7 for $400 on-contract and $900 outright, which works out to a standard $500 subsidy. Share plans begin at $65 for 1GB of data with 300 local calling minutes, and rise to $150 per month for 10GB of shared data. Telus requires a minimum monthly spend of $80 to purchase the GS7 at full subsidized pricing, though.

Telus offers the GS7 in either black or silver colours.

See at Telus

Wind Mobile

Wind Mobile sells the Galaxy S7 for $299 on its WindTab Boost program, which incorporates both a small subsidy and a $25 monthly financing program into the deal. The phone costs $899 outright, or $799 on the plain WindTab (the system is changing on March 22nd. See more about that at Wind Mobile.

Wind currently has the best monthly rates for Galaxy S7 owners, with a $50 plan that includes unlimited Canada/U.S. calling, unlimited worldwide text messaging, 8GB of full-speed data and 1GB of U.S. roaming. Unfortunately, reception on the Wind network isn't great, though the company is trying to improve things. It also lacks LTE, so GS7 users won't be able to take advantage of the ultra-fast LTE-Advanced capabilities of the phone.

Wind offers the GS7 in either black or silver colours.

See at Wind Mobile

Videotron

Quebec's Videotron actually has interesting pricing going on to break through the monotony. The GS7 has different prices depending on the amount of data subscribed to per month: it costs $249.95 with an $84.95, 5GB plan, or $349.95 with a $74.95, 3GB plan. The device costs $899.95 outright like everywhere else. Videotron is also offering a $100 bill credit with the purchase of the phone on a two-year contract.

Videotron offers the GS7 in either black or silver colours.

See at Videotron

MTS

Manitobans know they have it pretty good, with the presence of MTS bringing down monthly wireless prices across the province. While the company sells the Galaxy S7 for the same $399.99 / $899.99 price as everyone else, plans begin at a reasonable $60 for unlimited Canada-wide data and 200 weekday minutes.

MTS offers the GS7 in either black or silver colours.

See at MTS

SaskTel

As with MTS, SaskTel adds a healthy dose of competition to Saskatchewan's (flat, flat) mobile landscape. The Galaxy S7 is the same $399.99 / $899.99 price as at other carriers, but monthly plan prices start at $75 for unlimited local calling and 10GB of Canada-wide data.

SaskTel offers the GS7 in either black or silver colours.

See at SaskTel

Eastlink

Eastlink, which offers service in the Maritime provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Prince Edward Island, approaches handset pricing like the U.S. carriers: on a financing plan. Instead of getting customers to sign a two-year contract, the carrier separates the value of the phone from the plan, allowing customers to add the price to the end of their monthly bill until the phone is paid off after 24 months.

The Galaxy S7 costs $0 down with Eastlink's EasyTab Plus, along with 24 payments of $33 each month. The retail price is $912 outright, slightly higher than at other providers.

Eastlink offers the GS7 in either black or silver colours.

See at Eastlink

Fido, Koodo and Virgin Mobile

These flanker brands are being bundled because they're technically not independent.

Fido offers the GS7 for $400 on a Max Plan, in either black or silver. It rises to $550 on a Smart plan, and $900 outright. Fido's got a decent BYOP deal right now where you can get 200 local minutes and 1GB of data for $45, which includes two years of Spotify and Daily Vice.

See at Fido

Koodo offers the GS7 for $400 on the Tab Plus, which is a hybrid financing system that tacks on the remaining balance of the phone ($500, so 24 payments of $21 per month) to a customer's monthly plan. Koodo's got a decent deal right now where you can get 500 nationwide minutes and 1GB of data for $45.

See at Koodo

Virgin Mobile offers the GS7 at the same price as parent company Bell: $399.99 on-contract and $899.99 outright. Plan pricing is somewhere in the middle of Fido's and Bell's, with a decent $53 limited time offer (as of writing) for 300 Canada-wide minutes and 1GB of data, but only when purchasing the phone outright.

See at Virgin Mobile

Where to buy the Galaxy S7 edge

The larger, sleeker Galaxy S7 edge is available where its sibling sells, but comes at a $100 premium. Prices range from $0 down at Eastlink to $399 at Wind Mobile on its WindTab financing program, rising to around $500 at most other carriers, including the Big Three: Rogers, Telus and Bell.

Rogers

Rogers sells the Galaxy S7 edge for $499.99 on-contract and $999.99 outright, which works out to a standard $500 subsidy. Share plans begin at $75 for 1GB of data with unlimited local calling, and rise to $385 per month for 60GB of shared data. Rogers is also currently offering a $100 bill credit for all customers signing a two-year contract with the purchase of a new smartphone.

Rogers offers the GS7 edge in black.

See at Rogers

Bell

Bell sells the Galaxy S7 for $499.99 on-contract and $999.99 outright, which works out to a standard $500 subsidy. Share plans begin at $70 for 500MB of data with unlimited local calling, and rise to $165 per month for 15GB of shared data. Bell is also sweeting the deal somewhat with a $100 bill credit when you sign a two-year plan with 2.5GB of data or higher.

Bell offers the GS7 edge in black.

See at Bell

Telus

Telus sells the Galaxy S7 for $500 on-contract and $1000 outright, which works out to a standard $500 subsidy. Share plans begin at $65 for 1GB of data with 300 local calling minutes, and rise to $150 per month for 10GB of shared data. Telus requires a minimum monthly spend of $80 to purchase the GS7 edge at full subsidized pricing, though.

Telus offers the GS7 edge in black.

See at Telus

Wind Mobile

Wind Mobile sells the Galaxy S7 for $399 on its WindTab Boost program, which incorporates both a small subsidy and a $25 monthly financing program into the deal. The phone costs $999 outright, or $899 on the plain WindTab (the system is changing on March 22nd. See more about it at Wind Mobile.

Wind currently has the best monthly rates for Galaxy S7 edge owners, with a $50 plan that includes unlimited Canada/U.S. calling, unlimited worldwide text messaging, 8GB of full-speed data and 1GB of U.S. roaming. Unfortunately, reception on the Wind network isn't great, though the company is trying to improve things. It also lacks LTE, so GS7 users won't be able to take advantage of the ultra-fast LTE-Advanced capabilities of the phone.

Wind offers the GS7 edge in black.

See at Wind Mobile

Videotron

Quebec's Videotron actually has interesting pricing going on to break through the monotony. The GS7 has different prices depending on the amount of data subscribed to per month: it costs $349.95 with an $84.95 / 5GB plan, or $449.95 with a $74.95 / 3GB plan. The device costs $999.95 outright like everywhere else. Videotron is also offering a $100 bill credit with the purchase of the phone on a two-year contract.

Videotron offers the GS7 edge in black.

See at Videotron

MTS

Manitobans know they have it pretty good, with the presence of MTS bringing down monthly wireless prices across the province. While the company sells the Galaxy S7 edge for the same $499.99 / $999.99 price as everyone else, plans begin at a reasonable $60 for unlimited Canada-wide data and 200 weekday minutes.

MTS offers the GS7 edge in black.

See at MTS

SaskTel

As with MTS, SaskTel adds a healthy dose of competition to Saskatchewan's (flat, flat) mobile landscape. The Galaxy S7 is the same $499.99 / $999.99 price as at other carriers, but monthly plan prices start at $75 for unlimited local calling and 10GB of Canada-wide data.

SaskTel offers the GS7 edge in black.

See at SaskTel

Eastlink

Eastlink, which offers service in the Maritime provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Prince Edward County, approaches handset pricing like the U.S. carriers: on a financing plan. Instead of getting customers to sign a two-year contract, the carrier separates the value of the phone from the plan, allowing customers to add the price to the end of their monthly bill until the phone is paid off after 24 months.

The Galaxy S7 costs $0 down with Eastlink's EasyTab Plus, along with 24 payments of $37 each month. The retail price is $1,008 outright, slightly higher than at other providers.

Eastlink offers the GS7 edge in black.

See at Eastlink

Fido & Koodo

These flanker brands are being bundled because they're technically not independent.

Fido offers the GS7 edge for $500 on a Max Plan, in either black or silver. It rises to $650 on a Smart plan, and $1000 outright. Fido's got a decent BYOP deal right now where you can get 200 local minutes and 1GB of data for $45, which includes two years of Spotify and Daily Vice.

See at Fido

Koodo offers the GS7 edge for $500 on the Tab Plus, which is a hybrid financing system that tacks on the remaining balance of the phone ($500, so 24 payments of $21 per month) to a customer's monthly plan. Koodo's got a decent deal right now where you can get 500 nationwide minutes and 1GB of data for $45.

See at Koodo

Where else can you buy the Galaxy S7 + S7 edge?

Big box retailers such as Best Buy, Costco and Walmart are selling the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. Costco even offers a $10 discount when purchasing the devices outright.

The best deal, if purchasing outright, can be had at the Samsung Experience Stores in Richmond, B.C., Burnaby, B.C., Toronto, Ontario, or Edmonton, Alberta. At those stores, Samsung bundles a free unlock code with every purchase, which is useful when switching carriers.

Where did you purchase your Galaxy S7 or S7 edge? Did you find any great deals? Comment down below!