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