Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ launch at T-Mobile with BOGO deal


Samsung’s next big things are here.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ are now available from T-Mobile. Both phones are available with 256GB of storage and Aura Glow, Aura White, and Aura Black color options, while the Note 10+ also has a 512GB model in Aura Black.

Here’s how T-Mobile is pricing the Note 10 and Note 10+:

Galaxy Note 10

  • 256GB: $0 down and $39.59 per month for 24 months on EIP, $121.99 down and $35 per month for an 18-month JUMP! On Demand lease, or $949.99 full retail

Galaxy Note 10+

  • 256GB: $149.99 down and $39.59 per month for 24 months on EIP, $199.99 down and $38 each month on an 18-month JOD lease, or $1,099.99 full retail
  • 512GB: $249.99 down and $39.59 per month for 24 months on EIP, $245.99 down and $40 per month for 18 months on a JOD lease, or $1,199.99 full retail

T-Mobile is launching a Buy One, Get One deal on the Galaxy Note 10 today that’ll get you a free Note 10 or $950 off a Note 10+ when you buy a Note 10 or Note 10+. The discount is applied via 24 monthly bill credits.

To get this deal, you’ll need to activate one (existing customers) or two (new customers) new lines on Magenta Plus or T-Mobile One Plus for families. Both phones must also be purchased on EIP, and you’ll need to pay the required down payment and any applicable taxes at the time of purchase. You’ll then need to keep your account active and in good standing to continue receiving the bill credits.

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 is one of the most hotly anticipated smartphone releases of the year, so it’s exciting to see it hitting store shelves today. While the new models have made some changes that might frustrate some folks, like the removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack and the missing microSD slot on the standard Note 10, Samsung also made upgrades like adding a third rear camera and shrinking the bezels on the display. Also of note this year is that there are two Note models for the first time, one with a 6.3-inch display and one with a 6.8-inch screen, which is the biggest Note phone yet.

Are you getting a Note 10 today or are you one of the lucky folks who pre-ordered and got the new Note earlier this week? If so, let us know what you think of Samsung’s new flagship!

Sources: Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Samsung Galaxy Note 10+

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  • Mike McDonald

    I’m curious why this is on promotion right out of the gate. Promos get attached to slower moving items to clear inventory. If this is expected to be a big seller it should be at full retail because demand will support that price point. Unless Sammy is making this up on the back end to pad unit sales?

    • Iphart

      Don’t be curious. The masses do not pay $1000+ for a cellphone (iPhone exception).
      They have to come up with these gimmicks (put a chain on you for 2 years!) to get people interested thinking they are getting deal.

    • francob911 .

      Its not really a promotion when you have to add a line and be tied up for 2 years

    • Android_God

      T-Mobile has done this before on new release phones. This is not the first time.

  • Scott

    Geez…… Again, nothing for existing customers… There’s only 2 of us, we don’t need any more lines……

  • James Jones

    Anyone else receive “add a line get one free” email today?

    • Paul

      I did.

    • riverhorse


  • latinyork

    You have to add a line. That is no deal, yes it is a deal for t-mobile no customer

    • Android_God

      The sad thing is is that T-Mobile doesn’t even attempt to discount or offer promotions to existing customers without some sort of BS catch.

      $949 for a phone who’s OS will essentially be outdated in less than three years. I can buy a laptop for, say for the sake of argument, $699 and my Windows system will last me five plus years.

      This whole system of the carrier’s controlling the phones is a complete and total racket

  • Albert Orange

    You’re right… you can’t get any better from Samsung… they don’t set the bar very high. Exploding phones, folding phones that break after folding it 5 times in a week. Garbage town!

    • Android_God

      Did Samsung hurt you bro?

      I mean seriously, it’s a fucking phone. do you normally take inanimate objects this personally?

      • Koolme666

        When they cost about as much as my rent and it goes everywhere with us, probably so ha.

        • Android_God

          I agree with you there. The costs of phones are getting ridiculous

    • OMG you need to calm down.

      • Note10Plus IsBOSS

        I embarrassed this useless clown so easily it’s comical these fool is on his dirty knees giving blowjobs to moto broke ass fool.

    • killjoytre

      You were waiting on this moment. I salute you lol.

    • Note10Plus IsBOSS

      Looking at you it’s pretty clear you need a job which is normal when group discount bargain basement losers respond such as you have. Spend less time leaving useless comments on tmonews and get you’re financial situation in order. You broke ass Motorola gas station buying losers make me laugh every day such broke ass clowns

      • dcmanryan

        While trying to make him look like an ass you’ve made yourself look like an ass. CLASSIC.

        • Note10Plus IsBOSS

          The blowjob brothers always get together on these threads bet you give a great blowjob to to bathroom cleaning clown in real life.

        • dcmanryan

          And I rest my case.

  • Android_God

    I guess I won’t be getting this deal as I’m a T-Mobile essentials customer with three lines.

  • Android_God

    I guess I’ve been asleep for the last two years because I seem to remember that you used to be able to get 1080p streaming? Now, neither T-Mobile nor Verizon offers is in their plans?

    • icwhatudidthere

      T-Mobile does, you just have to pay more for it. It’s on the Magenta Plus plan.

  • riverhorse

    If this deal extended to everyone, then essentially you would be getting $100 monthly discount in perpetuity. They could hope to recoup the new customer promo money after you stay multiple years – that is bad enough for them.
    Or am I missing something?

  • jtothada

    now only if they would bogo the next iPhone

  • the martian ambassador

    If you want a deal and don’t want to have to add a line, you are better off ordering directly from
    Samsung. They sent me an e-mail the other day which was supposed to be a one day special offering $600 for trade-in of my Note 9 plus $150
    off accessories. I was going to do it, but when I went to the website it was only offering $300 that day. Now you can get
    $600 for a Note 9 trade but no accessory discount. That’s not enough of an incentive for me. May just
    keep the Note 9.

  • TheRealKingSen

    The price of these phones is beyond absurd

  • cnote7

    What they don’t tell you is that you have to pay a down payment for the “free” phone, which makes no sense. They wanted me to put $229 down for the free phone. I’m an 11 year well qualified customer with 5 lines and 3 phones.

  • Note10Plus IsBOSS

    You might buy your drugs at Aerospace while cleaning the bathrooms at you’re real nice try Motorola loser.

    Laughing at you for years has been such a thrill everyone knows you enjoy sperm in that mouth from moto.

    • Albert Orange

      Motorola? Dafuq. Buying drugs “at Aerospace.” Ok. Next time I say no onions on my burger…. get it right!

      • Note10Plus IsBOSS

        Everyone knows you’re a Motorola loser we’ve laughed at you for years. This Aerospace junk is a new lie we’re laughing at this.

        We all know you’re a financial loser always have been for years I hope you did finally get a maintenance job at Aerospace.