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You shouldn't have any issues walking into a retail store or wireless carrier and picking up a Galaxy S10, but it's a good idea to check availability before heading to your preferred store. Here's what you need to know!
T-Mobile will split up the payments for each new S10 over 36 months. That breaks down to $20.84 per month for the S10E with zero down, $22.23 a month for the S10 with $99 down, and $22.23 a month for the S10 Plus with $199 down. T-Mobile will split up the payments for each new S10 over 36 months with $0 down.
New T-Mobile customers can get a Galaxy S10E for $40 per line on the unlimited plan with four lines.
At launch, Verizon Wireless will offer a buy-one-get-one-free promo when you buy a Galaxy S10, you'll get a Galaxy S10E for free, or a $750 off of a more expensive model. You will need to activate a new line of service in order to qualify