Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile & AT&T begin selling Samsung’s new line of handsets

Verizon snagged an exclusive first launch for the S10 5G in the second quarter. (Samsung)

T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T and Sprint have all announced new offerings Friday with the availability of Samsung’s latest line of handsets, including the Galaxy S10e, S10 and S10+ phones, although Samsung’s first 5G phone, the Galaxy S10 5G, is currently missing from the lineup.

Verizon is offering a 128GB Galaxy S10e for free to customers who purchase a Galaxy S10, S10+ or S10e on a Verizon device payment plan. Verizon is also offering these customers $750 toward a Galaxy S10 (which retails for $900) or Galaxy S10+ (which retails for $1,000).

It is further offering $200 toward purchasing a Galaxy S10, S10+ or S10e on a Verizon device payment plan for customers who trade in their older smartphones. Under Verizon’s device payment plan, customers can pay between $32-$42 per month for the new phones for 24 months.

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T-Mobile is selling all three of Samsung’s new phones, but T-Mobile prepaid business Metro is selling just the S10e and S10+.

T-Mobile is offering a suite of new deals for the launch. It’s offering four unlimited lines with four new Galaxy S10e phones included, for $40 per line, for new and existing customers. It’s also offering a 50% discount on S10e, which retails for $750. For new and single line T-Mobile ONE customers, the carrier is offering up to $390 off the S10 and S10+, or a third line free.

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Sprint is offering the Samsung Galaxy S10e to customers of its Boost Mobile prepaid service. Sprint is also offering new customers who switch to an unlimited plan for $50 per month or more the ability to receive $50 off the purchase of an S10e. New customers who switch to a family plan of three or four lines can also receive $50 off the Samsung Galaxy S10e. Sprint is also offering customers four lines of unlimited data, talk and text for only $100 per month, for a limited time.

AT&T is offering customers who buy a Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ or S10e a second device for free as a limited time BOGO (buy one, get one) offer. Under the deal, the devices must be purchased using AT&T Next or AT&T Next Every Year. Customers who purchase an S10 or an S10+ can receive up to $1,000 in “bill credits” toward the device. Customers who purchase the S10e can receive up to $850 in bill credits. The offer is available to new and existing customers, but requires a minimum $750 installment agreement and a new line.

None of the carriers are offering the S10 5G phone yet. Verizon snagged an exclusive first launch for the S10 5G in the second quarter. AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile are expected to begin selling the phone later in the quarter.

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