Deal: Sprint offers the Galaxy S10e for just $10 per month ($240 total)

Vlad, 22 July 2019

Sprint is currently offering the best deal we've ever seen for the Samsung Galaxy S10e. Originally priced at $749.99 all-in, this smartphone can now be yours from the carrier for only $10 per month through the Sprint Flex Lease plan.

After 18 monthly payments of $10 (that's $180 in total for those keeping track), you can opt to pay the remaining 6 months outright, bringing the total cost of the phone to just $240. Or you can go with another 6 monthly payments, or even upgrade to a new device. The savings here ($510, effectively) are unheard of for a phone that launched only a few months ago, and is part of Samsung's flagship family.

Deal: Sprint offers the Galaxy S10e for just $10 per month ($240 total)

If you don't want to get entangled in Sprint's Flex Lease scheme, then you can buy the unlocked Galaxy S10e from Best Buy for $349.99 outright, if you activate it upon purchase. If you decide to activate later, then you'll need to pay $549.99, which is still $200 less than the recommended retail price for this handset.

So no matter what you choose, it looks like, for now, you can grab a high-end Samsung smartphone for much less than you may have expected. The Galaxy S10e eschews the dual-curved screen of the S10 and S10+, and yet it's powered by the same Snapdragon 855 SoC, boasts 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, the wide and ultra-wide rear cameras from its more expensive siblings, a 5.8" 1080x2280 AMOLED touchscreen, and a 3,100 mAh battery. It runs Android 9 Pie with One UI.



Reader comments

Well, now that you mentioned it, I know someone who is a Sprint fan and Sprint user. He says Sprint is the only carrier that works well on subway cars while underground in San Francisco. I can say, that, Verizon doe not work on "muni"/SF inner city s...

  • Shajib

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Price is good but only for a phone unlocked to all carriers and countries. Othervise there is no big and interesting deal to go with.