AT&T has started taking pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G. AT&T will be making its 5G services available to the public later this year after a few months of providing them to business customers, and the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G will be the carrier’s first 5G-enabled phone. Pre-orders will be delivered by December 17, which means there’s a three-week wait for anyone interested in getting the Note 10+ 5G on AT&T’s network.
Until now, the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G was a Verizon exclusive in North America. AT&T’s pricing for the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is the same as the pricing on Verizon, with the 256GB base variant costing $1,299.99 and the 512GB variant pricing at $1,399.99. The carrier is also offering installment plans on the AT&T Next program: $43.34 and $46.67 monthly for the 256GB and 512GB variants respectively.
Furthermore, those who port-in to AT&T and trade-in an eligible device can get up to $950 in bill credits, while those who add a new line or upgrade an existing line get up to $500 and $300. The trade-in offer is applicable to the regular Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ as well, and Galaxy devices eligible for trade-in range from the Galaxy S6 edge up to the Galaxy S10, along with a slew of mid-range phones, such as the Galaxy A20 and Galaxy A50.
The Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is the same phone as the regular Galaxy Note 10+, and you can find out if it’s worth your hard-earned money in our review.