Pre-order the Samsung Galaxy Note 10/Note 10+ from T-Mobile and save up to $300 with select trade-in7
T-Mobile announced this afternoon that the just-announced Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ will be available for pre-order starting tonight at 9:01 pm PDT (12:01 am Thursday morning on the East Coast). Starting today, if you trade in a qualifying smartphone you can get as much as a $300 off either new Galaxy Note model through a combination of a trade-in credit and a rebate. Plus, Samsung will reward you with a $150 gift voucher.
Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+. Buy either phone and get a Galaxy Note 10 free through 24 monthly bill credits. Or, you can buy either model and take a whopping $950 off of the Galaxy Note 10+. To qualify, existing customers must activate one new line and new customers must activate two new lines on Magenta Plus or T-Mobile ONE Plus for families.Or, you can wait until August 23rd and take advantage of T-Mobile's BOGO deal on the
Galaxy Note 10+ 5G will be $249.99 down and 24 monthly payments of $39.59. That works out to a retail price of $1,199.99.The 256GB Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is priced at $0 down and 24 monthly payments of $39.59 for a retail price of $949.99. The 256GB Galaxy Note 10+ will cost you $149.99 down and 24 monthly payments of $39.59. The retail price for this model is $1,099.99. Color options are Aura Glow, Aura White, and Aura Black and in the box, you'll get the S Pen and a 25W charging adapter. The
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G comes to T-Mobile in Q4
Both new models support all of the tricks that T-Mobile has up its sleeve for its Advanced-LTE network. That includes 4X4 MIMO, increasing the number of data connections between cell sites and the phone. With carrier aggregation, different data channels are put together to increase the capacity and dataspeed. And 256QAM means that more data is carried on each LTE waveform. Sure, it all sounds complex-and it is. All you need to know is that your Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ will run fast and far, especially on the carrier's 600MHz spectrum. Lower-band airwaves, like the latter, run farther and penetrate buildings better than higher-band spectrum. T-Mobile says its Extended Range LTE signals travel twice as far and penetrate structures four times better than mid-band spectrum.
Speaking of T-Mobile's 600MHz spectrum, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is coming to T-Mobile in the fourth quarter. Now you might recall that the wireless provider has recently had success testing 5G data sessions over its 600MHz airwaves. And the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G will support the carrier's low band frequencies thanks to the Snapdragon X55 5G modem that is inside. This modem chip supports both sub-6GHz and ultra-high mmWave band 5G signals.