T-Mobile has one Galaxy S10+ storage variant on sale at a mind-blowing $600 discount

T-Mobile has one Galaxy S10+ storage variant on sale at a mind-blowing $600 discount
With the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ up for grabs for more than a couple of months now, Android power users with a passion for Samsung handsets might be wondering if the Galaxy S10 and S10+ are still worth considering as a possible holiday purchase.

While the obvious answer is a resounding no at list prices of $900 and $1,000 respectively, a massive discount of 600 bucks could be enough to make you reconsider your flagship options ahead of Thanksgiving and Christmas. We're talking about a deal you can claim already, mind you, and not something you have to wait for until Black Friday or Cyber Monday late next month.

This also comes with absolutely no strings attached, and you're even free to choose whether to pay in full outright for your 1TB Galaxy S10 Plus or only cough up $249.99 upfront, followed by 24 monthly installments of $31.25 a pop. Either way, you're looking at spending $999.99 all in all for a storage configuration normally fetching an extravagant $1,599.99.

Oddly enough, that means T-Mobile has the 128GB and 1TB versions of Samsung's early 2019-released 6.4-incher available at the exact same price at the time of this writing. The "Un-carrier" requires no trade-in to qualify for the free internal storage space upgrade, and as already highlighted, you don't need to commit to a lengthy EIP (Equipment Installment Plan) agreement if you don't want to either. 

Although we're pretty sure speed-addicted bargain hunters would have liked to see the 128 gig variant discounted as well, it's hard to find a better $1,000 phone for digital hoarding than the 1TB Galaxy S10+. Exclusively available in a Ceramic Black flavor as part of this amazing T-Mo promo, the powerhouse packs a state-of-the-art Snapdragon 855 processor, 12 gigs of memory, and a hefty 4,100mAh battery while also sporting a beautiful Dynamic AMOLED screen with a large hole punch housing a dual 10 + 8MP front-facing camera system. Around the back, the phone has a triple 12 + 12 + 16MP lens setup, with an in-display fingerprint sensor in charge of (sometimes flawed) biometric security.

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