Samsung Galaxy S10 Preorder Deals: Here's What Each Carrier Is Offering

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Unless you've been living under a rock for the past 24 hours, then you know that Samsung announced its Galaxy S10 family of smartphones yesterday along with the Galaxy Fold and a number of other Galaxy-branded accessories. The South Korean electronics giant said that preorders would open today, and right on cue, the major wireless carriers in the United States have lined up with their promos for the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+.

So, without further ado, here’s the pricing breakdown for each smartphone in both carrier-locked and unlocked versions.

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Galaxy S10e

Verizon is offering the entry-level smartphone at a cost of $31.24/month for 24 months for the 128GB SKU, or $35.41/month for 24 months if you double the internal storage to 256GB. The company is also running a special promo that will get you a Galaxy S10e for free if you purchase any two Galaxy S10 devices and add at least one new line. You’ll receive the $750 cost of the phone credited back to your account in equal, monthly bill credits.

AT&T is offering the 128GB and 256GB Galaxy S10e for $25/month and $28.34/month respectively over a contract period of 30 months. If you purchase a new Galaxy S10e device at AT&T, you can get a second device for “free” with monthly bill credits (over 30 months).

T-Mobile offers the Galaxy S10e for $20.84/month and $20.84/month plus $99 down for 36 months for the 128GB and 256GB SKUs respectively. If you add a new line and trade in a qualifying smartphone, you can get up to $390 off the cost of the device.

Sprint charges $31.25/month over a period of 18 months for the Galaxy S10e 128GB SKU, and you can also get a second phone free with monthly bill credits.

Both Samsung and Best Buy are offering the 128GB and 256GB versions of the Galaxy S10e for $749.99 (SamsungBest Buy) and $799.99 (SamsungBest Buy) unlocked.

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Galaxy S10

Over at Verizon, the Galaxy S10 is available starting at $37.49/month for 24 months. The freebie Galaxy S10e offer applies (with the same terms as listed above) and you’ll get a free set of Galaxy Buds with your preorder.

AT&T has the Galaxy S10 starting at $30/month for the 128GB model for 30 months. You can also get a second Galaxy S10 device for free using monthly bill credits with a qualifying purchase and new line.

T-Mobile requires that you to put $99 down, then you’ll pay $22.33/month to get a Galaxy S10 over a period of 36 months.

Sprint has the Galaxy S10 for $37.50 per month for 18 months using a Sprint Flex lease

Both Samsung and Best Buy are offering the 128GB and 512GB versions of the Galaxy S10 for $899.99 (SamsungBest Buy) and $999.99 (SamsungBest Buy) unlocked.

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Galaxy S10+

The Galaxy S10+ starts at $41.64/month for 24 months at Verizon, and you’ll get a free set of Galaxy Buds. You can also get a free Galaxy S10e or $750 towards the purchase of another Galaxy S10 device with a new line.

Over at AT&T, the Galaxy S10+ starts at $33.94/month for 30 months and you also get a free set of Galaxy Buds. Again, you can get a free Galaxy S10e or $750 towards the cost of a more expensive Galaxy S10 device (paid back with monthly installments).

T-Mobile sells the Galaxy S10+ for $22.23/month for 36 months after you plunk down $199.99. 

Sprint has the Galaxy S10+ for $41.67/month over 18 months using a Sprint Flex lease. You can get a Galaxy S10e for free with monthly bill credits and Galaxy Buds with a pre-order.

Samsung and Best Buy are offering the 128GB, 512GB and 1TB versions of the Galaxy S10+ for $999.99 (SamsungBest Buy), $1,099.99 (SamsungBest Buy), and $1,199.99 (SamsungBest Buy) unlocked.

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