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Verizon offers 'buy one, get one' deal on new Galaxy S10 phones

The phones go on sale today.

Samsung's new Galaxy S10 phones hit store shelves Friday morning, and Verizon Wireless is offering a buy-one-get-one-free promo. When you buy any one of the three new models -- the Galaxy S10EGalaxy S10 or Galaxy S10 Plus -- you'll get an entry-level 128GB Galaxy S10E for free, or $750 off a more expensive model. 

Read: Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10E, S10 5G: Who they're for

There are, of course, a few terms and conditions. To qualify for the deal, you'll need to activate a new line of service. And you'll need to sign up for Verizon's monthly device payment plan instead of paying for the device outright. The 24-month plan features a 0 percent APR, however, so there's no interest tacked on. You'll pay $31.24 per month for the the Galaxy S10E (retail price $749), $37.49 per month for the Galaxy S10 (retail price $899) and $41.66 per month for the Galaxy S10 Plus (retail price $949). 

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Verizon is also offering a separate discount for trade-ins. You can get up to $200 off a Samsung Galaxy S10E, Galaxy S10 or Galaxy S10 Plus when you trade in a qualifying device. Again, the discount comes over 24 months and requires you to sign up for Verizon's monthly payment plan.

You can find more details on Verizon's website, which has a dedicated page for each phone -- the Galaxy S10E, the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10 Plus. There's also a page for the forthcoming Galaxy S10 5G, which isn't yet available for preorder or purchase, but which will come to Verizon sometime in Q2 before arriving at AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Xfinity Mobile at some point afterwards.

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