Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is coming to Verizon starting May 16 for $1,299

Samsung might have been forced to delay the launch of Galaxy Fold, but it turns out that the company is not completely out of weapons from its arsenal. There’s also one more ultra premium phone it has not launched yet, and that is Samsung Galaxy S10 5G. Now we’re learning that the company is set to launch it on 16th of May in partnership with Verizon.

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Launch


Samsung Galaxy S10 5G availability and pricing

The announcement of launch was done by Verizon itself, and the device will be made available in two different storage options: 256GB and 512GB. The pricing of 256GB base model will start at either $1,299 upfront or $54.16 per month in a 2 years long contract. 512GB model, on the other hand, will be sold for $1,399 upfront or $58.33 per month with a 2 years long contract. As far as color choices are concerned, the number of options will once again be limited to two: Majestic Black and Crown Silver.

All buyers who pre-order Samsung Galaxy S10 5G will also receive a ‘VIP Kit’ containing Galaxy Buds and a wireless charging battery pack. Verizon is also offering a $200 prepaid Mastercard and $450 for trade-ins to new customers who purchase the device on a monthly payment plan. Verizon’s recently launched 5G Ultra Wideband service can only be used with its “Above” and “Beyond” unlimited plans, but for a very limited time company is offering it for free with this Galaxy S10 5G smartphone. The value of this service is also $10 per month. In short, the effective cost of your Verizon Galaxy S10 5G comes down to a lot less than its original price (approximately in the range of $500 – $600) when you consider all these benefits.

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At present Verizon 5G is only available in Chicago and Minneapolis. But by the end of 2020 company wants to deploy it in 20 more regions, which include Boston, Atlanta, Washington DC, Kansas City, Phoenix, Memphis, Des Moines, Dallas, Columbus, Charlotte, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Houston, Detroit, Denver, Little Rock, Salt Lake City, San Diego, and Cleveland.

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