Samsung finally released its newest smartphone – S10. This time, the company offers three options of the Samsung S10 to cater to all kinds of buyers; there’s an S10e budget phone, the S10 Plus for the high-end market and the S10, which falls in the middle. This new offering does not fall short on specs; it comes with a triple rear camera, an impressive infinity-O display, massive battery, modern design and a host of other fantastic features. If you are looking to buy the S10, you will want the best deals on the smartphone. Retailers and wireless carriers are offering reliable deals that make the purchase less costly.
Sales at Best Buy and B&H are offering freebies and great discounts. B&H, for example, sell Galaxy S10e 128GB unlocked at £649.99, which is £100 less than the regular price. Comparemymobile.com is another platform that displays a host of retailers offering the S10, S10e and S10 Plus at affordable prices. Retailers on this platform sell this device for as low as £350. Here are some of the best S10 contract deals any buyer should consider when looking to buy a Galaxy S10.
The company is known to offer pretty attractive discounts for a short period. Sometimes, discounts are as high as £450 with an option to trade-ins and a new line if the buyer activates the device on their network. Verizon also has a Big Red offer where the buyer signs up for Verizon Unlimited plan to enjoy a £200 Prepaid Mastercard on purchasing Galaxy S10. This offer needs the promo code APRILSWITCH to activate it. Existing customers can upgrade their devices to the new S10 by trading in their old devices and save up to $200.
This company is also taking up to $450 off the Samsung S10, S10e and S10 Plus for buyers looking to trade in an old device. Retailers like Sprint are offering a discount of $150 of the S10 for upgrades while AT &T’s BOGO deal offers a free S10e device or £750 in credits to buy S10 or S10 Plus upon purchasing any Galaxy S10 phone. Buyers looking for the unlocked option get a free Gear Fit 2 smartwatch after buying Galaxy S10e or Galaxy S10 while those purchasing the S10 Plus get a Gear Sport.
The developer has some generous contract deals for buyers who are looking to trade-in. They enjoy discounts as high as £550 off their desired Galaxy phones. Phones that attract the biggest bargains are the Galaxy S9, S9+, iPhone XS Max, XS, 8 Plus, XR, X, 8, LV V40, Note 9, Note 8, Google Pixel 3 and XL. The company is also offering a £100-£150 discount on carrier-tied models of the Galaxy S10+, S10 and S10e. Alternatively, buyers can opt for the payment plans that go for 24 months. It allows buyers to finance carrier-tied or unlocked Galaxy S10 Plus or S10 for £41.67 per month or £37.50 per month.
It has a pretty great contract deal for buyers who don’t want to purchase the device. Buyers can lease either of the models for a much lower price compared to other dealers. You get the Galaxy S10e for £ 0 down payment and £15 every month for 18 months. For the S10 or S10 Plus, buyers don’t need to pay money upfront; they only need to pay £20 or £25 per month. Additionally, buyers need to sign up for the 18-month Sprint Flex lease Plan that allows the buyer to keep the phone, return it for a newer model or pay it off with additional payments.
Buyers can only enjoy these carrier’s contract deals if they activate their devices with the network. The monthly leasing plan charges £31.25 for 24 months though buyers can take advantage of the free Galaxy S10e on offer when they buy the S10 model and open a new line.