Galaxy S10 and S10+ are $300 off, S10e $200 off in Samsung deal for AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint
Samsung's official online store for the US has a huge treat for you right now, that is, if you don't mind your carrier being either AT&T, Verizon, or Sprint.
The Korean company is currently offering $200 off the Galaxy S10e for the aforementioned carriers, and $300 off the Galaxy S10 and S10+. This is a pretty remarkable deal, so hopefully you don't love T-Mobile too much, because for some reason it's not included in the offer.
Anyway, if that's okay with you, you can jump right to the Source page linked below to purchase a Galaxy S10e for just $549.99, an S10 for $599.99, or an S10+ starting at $699.99. Not only that, but you get one year of YouTube Premium for free.
This deal is only available for a limited time, so make sure you don't think about it too long before taking advantage of it.
Why like Huawei??? When comming to the cell phones first one was ktorola since them all stealing. Every other phone brand just copy what motorola created. Its like when Henry Ford makes model T for public. A first very affordable car for t...
- 22 Jun 2019
Darn people! Wanting to make a profit off selling the best devices you can get your hands on! Darn them all! Why can't we just steal everything like Huawei?
- 21 Jun 2019
Man calling a phone which cost 320 euros to make one and is sold for 700 or 900 bucks a deal is a really strong word. They can put 60% discount from initial price and still earns money. Samsung greed for money will be their doom.
- 21 Jun 2019