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AT&T launches the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, but there's a catch

AT&T launches the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, but there's a catch
Now that most major carriers in the US have launched their 5G network in various parts of the country, it's time to start offering 5G-enabled phones to those who want to experience blazing fast download speeds (hopefully).

AT&T has just announced that starting June 17, the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G will be available to AT&T Business customers and 5G developers through the carrier's Developer Program. Unfortunately, regular consumers won't be able to purchase the Galaxy S10 5G yet, and AT&T didn't mention anything about a wider rollout of the device.

Anyway, the carrier pointed out the customers on its new Business Unlimited Preferred plan will be able to use the Galaxy S10 5G on AT&T's 5G+ network, which is available in very limited parts of 19 cities, with plans to reach parts of at least 30 cities.

For a limited time, the Galaxy S10 5G with 256GB is now available for purchase via AT&T account representatives for $1,000, the same price as the 128GB LTE Galaxy S10+. Business customers that want to commit to a long-term AT&T Business Unlimited Preferred plan should know that they will have to pay at least $90/month (AutoPay for a single line required).

Besides business customers, AT&T will also offer the Galaxy S10 5G to some of the developers attending to AT&T SHAPE on June 22 and 23 in Los Angeles.

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