T-Mobile confirms Samsung Galaxy S10 pricing and deal info

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The Samsung Galaxy S10 family is now official, and you’re probably wondering how much it’ll cost to get Samsung’s next big thing in your pocket. Now I’ve got that info for you.

T-Mobile’s pricing for the Samsung Galaxy S10 will start at $99.99 down and $22.23 per month for 36 months for the 128GB model. If you’d prefer the 128GB Galaxy S10+, you can expect pricing to start at $199.99 down and $22.23 per month for 36 months. The Galaxy S10e will start at $0 down and $20.84 per month for 36 months for the 128GB variant.

If JUMP! On Demand is more your thing, the 128GB Galaxy S10e will cost $0 down and $33 per month for 18 months with a residual payment of $155.99. The 128GB Galaxy S10 will cost $149.99 down and $31 for 18 months with a $192 residual, and the 128GB Galaxy S10+ will set you back $249 down and $30 per month for 18 months with a residual of $210.

T-Mo says it’ll offer the Galaxy S10 in 128GB and 512GB models, while the Galaxy S10+ will be offered in 128GB, 512GB, and 1TB options. The Galaxy S10e will be sold in 128GB and 256GB versions. Color options will includ Prism Black, Prism White, Prism Blue, and Flamingo Pink.

T-Mobile will begin taking pre-orders for the Galaxy S10 family tonight, February 20th, at 9:01 pm PT/12:01 am ET.

It’s also been confirmed that T-Mobile will have a few special offers for Samsung’s new flagships. Customers can get up to $620 off via bill credits by trading in an eligible device (Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S9, GS9+, Apple iPhone 8, iPhone 8+, iPhone X) and adding a new line. Alternatively, you can get half off the S10e or $390 off the S10/S10+ when you trade in an eligible device (iPhone 7, 7+, 8, 8+, X; Samsung Galaxy S9 series, S8 series, Note 8; LG V30, V30+, G7; OnePlus 6T) or add a new line.

The third deal offers four lines of a T-Mobile Essentials plan and four Galaxy S10e phones for $40 per line per month ($160 total). To get this deal, you’ll need to add a new voice line or trade in an eligible device per line and enroll in autopay.

Also of note is that customers who pre-order a Galaxy S10 or Galaxy S10+ can get a free pair of Galaxy Buds truly wireless earbuds from Samsung.

Finally, Metro by T-Mobile will launch the Galaxy S10e in Prism Blue and the Galaxy S10+ in Prism White on March 8th. Pricing will be set at $749.99 and $999.99, respectively.

So there’s all of T-Mobile’s pricing and deal info for Samsung’s Galaxy S10 family. Will you be pre-ordering?

Source: T-Mobile

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  • Brian

    So if I trade in my paid off S8 for the S10, I will be responsible for a $100 down payment, sales tax, and I will get the S10 for about $11 after bill credits for 36 months. Plus I can get their $130 earbuds or a credit to their store if they sell out of the earbuds (131K of them are being given away)

    Am I missing anything? Seems like a great deal to me. Like the S10+ but I am not a selfie kind of guy. Aside from the larger battery the S10 has everything that the S10+ has to offer.

    • Osmosizzz

      Thinking the same. My s8 is paid off as well. So if I trade it in, I’ll get 390 for it (higher than market value) essentially making the regular s10 509? I might jump on the deal. Will be going to a store for details

  • Rob Gates

    No I will not be preordering. Way too exspensive.

    • Brian

      Agreed for someone off the street with no promo discount. $500 with a set of decent true wireless earbuds thrown in seems reasonable to me.

  • D. Duran

    What about the Fold!?

    • Alex Wagner

      T-Mobile has said that it’ll begin selling the Galaxy Fold in Q2, but hasn’t revealed its pricing. When Samsung announced the Galaxy Fold, it said the device will cost $1,980.

    • THXULTRA

      Ya will be interesting to see if it is part of JOD and how much the payment will be. Also when preorders will be. Hoping they have them in store to check out also before preorders. In the demo looked like the guy was having trouble with the touch sensitivity to launch apps.

  • bman893

    Love how back when jump on demand first came out everything was zero down fast forward today they actually charge you more down on jump upgrades than they do on a eip fucking awful

    • Vlad

      If you check prices for same plan
      All 3,, Verizon, AT&T, Sprint offering NO DOWN PAYMENT on lease plans.
      Same was with T-Mobile last year I pre-order note 9, zero down and about 41 monthly
      I have no idea what kind of joke to charge 250 for lease and return it in like 6 months
      Especially when ALL companies have zero down payment

    • SuperSt0rm

      Well depending on where you live it’s about the same. EIP requires tax out the door on the entire price of the device were as JOD only requires tax on the down payment.

  • T. Henry

    Is it possible to trade in a GS6 and GS7 and recieve $250 credit for each phone with the purchase of only 1 GS10?

    • Andrew Singleton

      No, only 1 trade per device purchased

      • T. Henry

        I figured…..

  • disqus_bBlQ4HR0j4

    They will accept Iphone 7 trade in but not galaxy S7 family… Looks they give more value for apple products than for their own…

    • Matt Macaluso

      What do you mean? GS7 is listed on there…

      • disqus_bBlQ4HR0j4

        Sorry my bad. I didn’t see… At least here at tmonews…

  • Toasted_Cracker

    Just going from past experience if you wait a couple weeks after launch it will probably be zero down for a lot of JUMP! On Demand customers or at least a drastically reduced down payment on the 10+.

    • Vlad

      Last year was zero JOD down payment.
      $250 is ridiculous

    • beachtrax

      I’m one payment away for my JUMP! to be good to go. But, I’m on the Tmobile military plan with two S9+ phones (one for my daughter) which were a two for one Samsung military deal. I’m going to see what my options are.

    • Matt Macaluso

      Select WQ JoD drops to $123.99.

      • Vlad

        What you mean ? I’ve asked I have highest credit rating and qualified for up to 10 lines.. There’s no option for 123 down payment on JOD I was told 249 for everyone

        • Matt Macaluso

          Told by who?

        • Vlad

          Customer service representative on Twitter
          As MD who told you about 123 amount ?

        • Matt Macaluso

          DM me on Twitter… @TheRealMattMac.

        • Vlad

          Message sent, but can’t dm there

  • pda96

    These promos are ok, but nothing to write home about. I guess Samsung thinks the S10s will sell themselves so there’s no need to pile on the incentives. We’ll see.

  • Hurlamania

    If you read closely you can’t get those deals unless you add A-line

    • Andrew Singleton

      No, you can either trade-in OR add a line.

  • Jeffrey Kime

    Does anyone know the JOD down payment for the Note 9 right now? I’m debating between that and the s10+

    • Matt Macaluso

      The same as it was… We will see if it goes to $0 after the launch.

      • Jeffrey Kime

        How are you getting $123 down payment for the S10+?

        I have 3 years with Tmo and best credit and they keep saying $249 down payment for JOD

        • Matt Macaluso

          Might not be enough tenure? Not sure. Others are getting the price though, too.

        • Jeffrey Kime

          I saw an article on Reddit that has the pricing of $123 for customers who are “Select” Well-Credit rating as opposed to just “Well-Credit” … any idea how you get into that category?

        • Matt Macaluso

          Tenure most likely.

        • Jeffrey Kime

          I called in and got that price. Thanks for the heads up. They wanted $289 down payment when I messaged them on their website .

  • Magenta Oaks

    With most T-Mobile accounts usually only having a EIP limit of $2800 I wonder if long term this might make it difficult for accounts with 4 lines or more to get phones threw payments.Take an example of the Galaxy Fold eating up all that credit limit. Anyways (laughs in OnePlus 6t)

  • WhippetNYC

    For Jump on Demand going from S9+ to S10+, what are we supposed to do tonight if we were to pre-order at the earliest opportunity, i.e. 9pm Pacific/12 midnight Eastern, as they said this is when pre-order would start?

    Are there special “check boxes” that us, as Jump on Demand customers, would need to check? How are we as Jump on Demand customers differentiated from non-Jump on Demand customers in the pre-ordering process, please? Confused. Thank you in advance.

  • aglee89

    There it is, add a line for a deal and screw you long term customers

    • Eric A

      No, that is incorrect. Long term customers usually get a RedBox rental, $2 Duncan coupon, and a free taco every Tuesday.

  • Walter Kowalski

    Holes are hideous

  • Matt

    Prices are wrong. I just ordered the S10+ and paid only $123 up front. The regular S10 is like $73 or something close.

    • Vizzy

      Depends on credit status and how long u been with tmobile

  • Vizzy

    Just upgraded JOD $124 free overnight shipping
    S10 plus 128 white

    • WhippetNYC

      gosh golly: they only gave me 3-day shipping for free. they claimed that there is no faster shipping that they are able to do :( one of these phone reps lied.

      @Vizzy: may i ask if you did your JOD on the phone or online? maybe there is a difference there?

      • Vizzy

        Even 3 day you Will get it on release day, I called

        • WhippetNYC

          they said and i believe i saw it on the confirmation that it will be shipped out “by March 8th”. well, “by March 8th” may mean that they are managing expectations, and that they may well ship it out, say, on March 5th or 6th, in order for it to arrive by launch date of March 8th in my hands.

          is that wishful thinking?

        • WhippetNYC

          @disqus_PKSjzroT3w:disqus i just checked my order confirmation email. strangely, under shipping method, it merely says “Express”. it doesn’t say 3-day or 2-day or next day air!

          i wonder what that means and why it merely says “Express” without any explanation of what that means?

          one would think that all of us here who pre-ordered last night right at the start of launch time at 12 midnight (eastern time zone) would get ours particularly early as we must be first in line, so to speak, relative to the huge numbers of others who would order today or later this week?

    • WhippetNYC

      @disqus_PKSjzroT3w:disqus may i ask which S10 Plus 128 “White” you chose? Was it the Ceramic White or the Prism White?

      • Vizzy

        Prism, I think ceramic is only gonna be available for the 5g version

      • Jeff Cleofe

        opps wrong person

    • Jeff Cleofe

      how were you able to upgrade using JOD? I called them 3x today and they all told me that it’s not available on JOD as of yet. Only available thru EIP. Are they lying to me?

  • Nick

    I don’t see that 620 deal at all on the website and the CEO only tweeted about the 390$

  • WhippetNYC

    Any announcements on new wireless chargers?

    In the past, Samsung introduced almost one new wireless charging pad almost with each generation of Galaxy phones. They typically just added a bit of amps for each new wireless charger for faster charging.

    This time around, i didn’t notice any new wireless charging pads. Anyone else knows any more? Thx.

  • WhippetNYC

    @csmits:disqus thanks for the link. i did see that, but i thought that that particular model/style is really quite “specialized”, i.e. for people who really have a Samsung watch or equivalent. I only want a wireless charger for my phone, so this large double charger won’t be a viable option for me.

    it’s strange that they have been coming out with a new wireless charger for the last 3-4 years (i have them all and they each were merely a tiny bit better than the previous iteration’s model), and yet, for this S10/10+, they don’t really have a new wireless charger. You’d think with the fanfare about the “Wireless Charging 2.0”, one would think they’d have a super duper new wireless charging pad! Alas, it seems as though they do not.

    Also, this year, like previous years, it’s also an unknown as to when TMobile intends to start shipping out their S10+ units. I pre-ordered really early on, i.e. the first hour of the start of the pre-order process, so one would think they’d have the priority list as first call/first served.

  • Sandy

    “..customers with fewer lines can save up to $620 or more with eligible trade in and a new voice line…or get up to half off with trade in OR a new line. ”
    https://www.t-mobile.com/news/fastest-samsung-devices-fly-on-fastest-lte-network also tweeted here https://twitter.com/SievertMike/status/1098336754698903552