T-Mobile reveals price and release date for the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G

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T-Mobile reveals price and release date for the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G
AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon have already announced they will carry one of the few 5G-enabled smartphones available on the market, Samsung's Galaxy S10 5G. Today, T-Mobile joins the ranks of carriers that sell Samsung's flagship to those who want to be among the first to try out the new 5G blazing-fast speeds.

Unlike AT&T, which sells the phone to business customers only, T-Mobile will offer the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G to all consumers starting June 28. Even if you don't live in areas with 5G coverage, such as Atlanta, Dallas, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and New York, you'll still get fast rapid speeds on T-Mobile's advanced nationwide LTE network.

Apparently, T-Mobile is “pioneering a technology first with Multi-band Dual Connectivity across its entire 5G network,” just to support the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G. Basically, this means that customers will get even better speeds with 5G using mmWave spectrum on top of the traditional 5G.

Last but not least, T-Mobile reiterates the fact that it won't charge extra for 5G is the merger with Sprint is approved. Also, the Un-carrier commits to at least three years without any price hikes to existing plans, as well as great deals for even lower prices in the future.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G will be available in select stores in Atlanta, Cleveland, Dallas, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and New York for well-qualified customers at $31.25 per month ($549.99 down, full retail price: $1,299.99), all for 24 months on T-Mobile's no-interest equipment installment plan (EIP).

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