Verizon was the first carrier in the United States to carry the Galaxy S10 5G. Samsung has offered the same exclusivity to the carrier for its upcoming flagship as well. It has been confirmed today that the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G will be a Verizon exclusive.
Verizon has confirmed the pricing details for the entire Galaxy Note 10 series on its network. It will begin taking pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 10 starting tomorrow with the lineup set to hit shelves on August 23.
Galaxy Note 10+ 5G price on Verizon
Big Red’s 5G network is already live in a few cities across the United States and it’s gradually being expanded to more. The Galaxy Note 10+ 5G will be one of the few devices available in Verizon’s lineup that are compatible with the network.
The 256GB and 512GB variant of the 5G model will cost $36.11 and $38.88 per month for 36 months respectively or $54.16 and $58.33 on the 24-month plan. The two variants cost $1,299 and $1,399 at full retail.
Verizon is offering the LTE Galaxy Note 10+ with 256GB and 512GB storage for $45.83 and $49.99 per month for 24 months, respectively. They cost $1,099.99 and $1,199.99 at full retail price. The Galaxy Note 10 will only be available with 256GB storage for $39.58 per month for 24 months at a full retail price of $949.99.
All three models of the Galaxy Note 10 will be available from Verizon starting August 23. Pre-orders begin tomorrow. Samsung will be selling the 5G in the handful of markets across the globe, including its very own South Korea, where the next-gen mobile network has gone live.