The Galaxy S10+ with 1TB of Storage Will Cost $1,600 (& More S10 Pricing Details)
The Samsung Galaxy S10 series covers a wide range of prices, from $750 up to $1,600 for the best S10+, the Ceramic edition with 12 GB RAM and 1 TB storage. Although Samsung initially announced pricing only for the lowest-memory configuration of each S10 model, US carriers have now revealed additional details and deals, including pricing for the high-memory configurations, and monthly payment options. The pricing of the Galaxy S10 series is remarkably consistent across all US carriers, with up-front pricing being identical, and monthly options working out to an even split of the up-front price across the full term of the payment plans, with no interest. Most carriers are also offering special deals for multiple phones and/or adding lines to existing plans. Read on for full details.
source: AT&T / Sprint
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Customers who pre-order the S10 or S10+ will receive a set of Galaxy Buds (normally $129) for free. This offer comes from Samsung but is available when purchasing from a US carrier.
On Verizon, for a limited time, purchase a Galaxy S10e, S10 or S10+ on Verizon device payment and get an S10e for free, or $750 towards a more expensive Galaxy model. (At least one line new line of service required. Discount is applied via 24 monthly credits.) Verizon is also offering 25% off all S10-series cases during the preorder period, and $30 off the VZW Charge Power Bundle, which includes wireless charging pad, vehicle charger, and power pack. Verizon is offering 24-month payment plans. (See table below.)
Verizon is also offering a trade-in offer: $200 off the price of any S10 model with a qualifying trade-in. This offer is available when choosing a 24-month payment plan and the $200 is applied as monthly credits. Customers can choose this trade-in discount or the free S10e (or $750), but not both.
AT&T's offer, for a limited time, is that customers who purchase a Galaxy S10 128GB, S10+ 128GB, or S10e can get a second device for free. AT&T also offers monthly payment plans over 30 months. Their full list of monthly rates reveals the up-front pricing as well, which is consistent across all carriers and unlocked versions. (See table below.)
On T-Mobile, starting at 9:01 PM PT tonight, families can get unlimited with a Galaxy S10e included for $40 per line for four lines with trade-in or new voice line. And customers with fewer lines can save up to $620 or more with trade-in and a new voice line, or get up to half off with trade in OR a new line.
On Sprint, for a limited time, pre-order a Samsung Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, or Galaxy S10+ and get a second Galaxy S10e for free. Or customers can instead choose to apply a $750 credit toward a different S10 model.
Sprint will also offer zero-down, 18-month Flex Leases of $31.25/month for the S10e, $37.50/month for the S10, and $41.67/month for the S10+. Sprint's 18-month leases offer multiple options at the end of the lease, including paying an additional six months (all at once or monthly) to own and keep the phone, making a total of 24 months if treated as a traditional payment plan.
Boost is offering a payment plan to existing customers who have made at least 12 consecutive on-time payments. With the BoostUP! payment plan for the S10e, customers can put $150 (plus taxes) down and pay $33/month for 18 months.
For the top-end Ceramic S10+ models, Sprint will offer modified lease terms that have a required downpayment ($250 for the 512 GB model and $600 for the 1 TB model) in exchange for a lower monthly payment.
With U.S. Cellular, new customers on any Total Plan and current upgrade-eligible customers on an Unlimited Plus Plan can get 50 percent off of the Galaxy S10e, or they can put that amount towards the purchase of a Galaxy S10 or S10+.
|up front||monthly over 30 months||monthly over 24 months|
|Galaxy S10e 128 GB||$750||$25.00||$31.25|
|Galaxy S10e 256 GB||$850||$28.34||$35.42|
|Galaxy S10 128 GB||$900||$30.00||$37.50|
|Galaxy S10 512 GB||$1,150||$38.34||$47.92|
|Galaxy S10+ 128 GB||$1,000||$33.34||$41.65|
|Galaxy S10+ 512 GB (Ceramic)||$1,250||$41.67||$52.08*|
|Galaxy S10+ 1 TB (Ceramic)||$1,600||$53.34||$66.67*|
* Sprint's special lease program for the Ceramic models brings the monthly rate down to $41.67 in exchange for a down-payment of $250 (fo the 512 GB version) or $600 (for the 1 TB version).
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