Similar to the Verizon and AT&T's Galaxy S10 5G phones, T-Mobile's variant will utilize mmWave technology, with the new 5G network available in parts of six major US cities: Atlanta, Cleveland, Dallas, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and New York. Customers who are not in these cities can still purchase the phone and use T-Mobile's LTE network.
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The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G will be available in Crown Silver with 256GB of memory. Customers can purchase the phone at a full retail price of $1,299.99 or, if qualified, opt for monthly installments at $31.25 with a $549.99 down payment. The installments are for 24 months on T-Mobile's no-interest equipment installment plan.
Unlike Verizon and, which require certain data plans to tap into 5G, there is not a specific requirement to purchase a special data plan to access the new network. AT&T the S10 5G to consumers.
The mmWave technology is extremely limited as shown by the company's 5G network and coverage maps. T-Mobile plans to launch a larger using the low-band 600Mhz 5G spectrum, a technology not supported by the Galaxy S10 5G.
Phones that support both mmWave and the low-band spectrum are expected later this year.