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Customers can buy the Galaxy S10 5G from Sprint starting today

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Last updated: June 21st, 2019 at 16:06 UTC+02:00

It was confirmed last week that Sprint customers will soon be able to purchase the Galaxy S10 5G as well. The 5G variant of Samsung’s flagship was exclusively launched with Verizon in the United States. It has remained exclusive to Big Red for about a month.

Samsung did confirm when this handset was announced that it would be available from other carriers as well. AT&T is only offering it to its business customers and developers for now. Sprint is making it available to customers in markets where its 5G mobile network is live.

Sprint Galaxy S10 5G goes on sale

Sprint’s mobile 5G network is currently available in four markets – Atlanta, Dallas, Houston and Kansas City. Customers there can now buy the Galaxy S10 5G from the carrier’s retail stores and through its website. The carrier will be launching 5G in parts of Los Angeles, Chicago, Phoenix, New York City, and Washington, D.C. in the coming weeks.

Customers who lease the handset from Sprint stand to save $250 for a limited time. They will then be required to pay $40.28 per month with $0 down for 18 months. The full retail price of the Galaxy S10 5G is $1,299. Those who placed their pre-orders for the device last week should be receiving it today.

They will be required to activate the device on Sprint’s Unlimited Premium plan which costs $80 per month, per line. It offers unlimited data, talk and text aside from Twitch Prime, Amazon Prime, Hulu, and Tidal HiFi access. There’s also 100GB of LTE mobile hotspot. The carrier will provide 5G gaming experiences for the Galaxy S10 5G as well through its partnership with Hatch.

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