Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+ variants (with standard manufacturer's warranties included) was needed, offering a cool $200 off all three models at the time of this writing with upfront activation on three of the nation's "big four" carriers. That means the 5.8-inch S10e can be yours in exchange for only $549.99, while the 6.1-inch Galaxy S10 currently starts at $699.99, with a jumbo-sized 6.4-inch S10+ priced as low as $799.99 instead of a whopping $999.99.Best Buy, for instance, seems to think a boost to the appeal of unlocked
All marked-down rates are good with activations on AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon for entry-level 128GB configurations of Samsung's Galaxy S10-series devices, requiring no trade-in, monthly installments, bill credits, or anything else that could reduce the appeal of these very solid deals. Digital hoarders should also note the same $200 price reduction applies to Galaxy S10, S10e, and S10 Plus versions with more than 128 gigs of internal storage space under the same aforementioned conditions and with pretty much no strings attached.
It's also worth pointing out that while you're required to commit to a specific network of the three mentioned above to score the substantial $200 discount, you'll remain free to switch carriers at any time after your purchase, as you're still technically buying an unlocked phone.
Even though the Galaxy S10 lineup probably needs no introduction at this point, it might still be good to remind you these Snapdragon 855 powerhouses have earned great praise in our in-depth reviews for everything from their raw speed, versatile cameras, and stylish designs to their incredibly high-quality screens, top-notch sound quality, and fingerprint sensor reliability (at least on the S10e).