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Here's Where You Can Get the Samsung Galaxy S10 Devices (Prepaid Edition)

In our previous post, we reported on Cricket Wireless' confirmation that it will be offering the latest Samsung Galaxy S10 real soon.

We already know that this flagship series is one of the much awaited Samsung models this year and it's exciting to see where else these devices can be used.

As a continuation of the previous post, here we enlist all the prepaid brands and MVNOs that will be carrying any of the Galaxy S10 devices in the future.

Cricket Wireless 

As confirmed earlier, Cricket Wireless will be selling the Galaxy S10 starting March 8.

Xfinity Mobile

Xfinity Mobile will also be offering the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+. Unlike Cricket Wireless, however, the Comcast-owned wireless provider has revealed that it will be offering a $250 cash back to those who preorder either device within February 21 until April 7, 2019.

The announcement also shares that the cash back will be received by the customer in the form of a Visa Gift Card.

Metro by T-Mobile

The third prepaid brand to make an announcement is T-Mobile. Earlier today, T-Mobile did an insane unboxing video of the Galaxy S10 and testing out its camera by jumping off a plane. The wireless provider then confirmed that its prepaid brand, Metro by T-Mobile, will soon be offering the Galaxy S10+ in Prism White and the Galaxy S10e in Prism Blue starting March 8. Its pricing has also been announced at $999.99 and $749.99, respectively. 

Thanks, Dennis!


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  1. Too expensive for budget plan providers.

    1. Untrue. "Budget" plans provide the exact same service coverage as contract plans & purchasing your phone outright (rather than leasing) saves you from paying interest, fees & taxes. If you think the phone is too expensive to pay upfront, calculate the final cost you'll pay by the end of a 2-year contract. Better to pay out a lump sum than get locked into an agreement to pay more over 2 years for the exact same product & service.

    2. Actually, "budget" plans are crippled usually compared to post-paid contract. This is due to the lack of roaming in the "budget" plans.

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