All the major US carriers may offer BOGO deals on Galaxy Note 10
As we move closer to the launch of the Galaxy Note 10, new leaks are flooding the market at a frantic pace, revealing almost everything about the upcoming device. The leaks are not just about the device itself but include launch deals from carriers and retailers as well. Case in point is the latest tweet from Evleaks, which contains Samsung’s marketing material for Note 10 deals from major US carriers.
According to these images, it appears that Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile will be offering BOGO (Buy One Get One) deals on Galaxy Note 10 pre-orders. The leaked images don’t mention the flagship model by name but use the word DaVinci, which is Samsung’s codename for the Note 10, as a placeholder. We have already come across evidence about Verizon’s BOGO offer before, but this leak suggests the same deal may be available on AT&T and T-Mobile as well. As of now, there is no indication of Sprint offering a similar promotion.
There are still many details that are unclear about this tempting deal. For starters, we don’t know if customers will get one more unit of the same Note 10 version that is purchased or whether they will receive a base model for free when they buy a higher-end variant. Of course, it goes without saying that these BOGO deals will require customers to opt for select monthly plans from carriers.
The leaked pictures also contain images of Wireless Charging Duo Pad, Galaxy Buds, and a Galaxy Watch Active 2. While there is no evidence yet, it’s not uncommon for Samsung and carriers to offer discounts on accessories and wearables on purchase of a newly-launched flagship. Hopefully, all these promotions will add up to soften the blow of a $1,000+ price tag for the Note 10.