It's definitely not unusual to see members of the Galaxy S10 family
on the heels of the Note 10 launch last month, but the newest deal available on the "regular" variant of Samsung's spring 2019 flagship is certainly special. We're talking about the 6.1-inch model
equipped with an in-display fingerprint scanner and a grand total of four cameras, which you can get free of charge from Best Buy right now.
If that sounds a little too good to be true, it might be because there are some specific conditions you need to meet to be eligible for this literally unbeatable deal. First and foremost, you have to put up with a lengthy monthly installment plan. Sprint is the only carrier that will bring the $900 list price of the Samsung Galaxy S10 down to $0... after bill credits. Finally, you need to be a new Sprint subscriber altogether or activate a new line of service with the "Now Network" to score the incredible $900 discount. On the bright side, you don't have to trade anything in or buy two devices to get one free.
Available in Prism Black, Prism Blue, and Prism White colors with 128 gigs of internal storage space, the Galaxy S10
on special sale at the time of this writing will still require you actually cough up $37.50 every month for two years, with Sprint returning that full amount to you in the form of the aforementioned monthly bill credits.
All strings and hoops considered, this is an undeniably awesome deal for an undeniably great phone released just six months ago with a beautiful Infinity-O display in tow, as well as a state-of-the-art Snapdragon 855 processor, a hefty 8 gigs of memory, versatile triple shooter system on its back, a headphone jack, microSD support, premium audio technology, and decent battery life.
In case you're wondering, none of the other members of the Galaxy S10
family are marked down quite so drastically, although the S10e
is available for $510 less than usual, while the S10+
starts at only $15 a month after an overall price reduction of 640 bucks. Finally, the Galaxy S10 5G
is on sale at a modest $250 off a sky-high list price with Sprint installments.