The 5G variant of the Galaxy Note 10+ has found a home at yet another of the major North American carriers. T-Mobile has started taking pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G ahead of the launch of its nationwide 5G network, which will cover over 200 million people in the US, on Friday. The phone will be available for purchase in stores and online on Friday as well and will also be headed to Metro, T-Mobile’s prepaid brand.
Like the Verizon and AT&T version, T-Mobile’s Galaxy Note 10+ 5G will retail for $1299.99 when bought outright, while those looking to get it on a contract will have to pay $36.12 per month for 36 months and not have to pay anything upfront. T-Mobile is offering a second Note 10+ 5G for free to those who add a new line, while those who port their number to Metro get to save a cool $300.
The Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is the second 5G-equipped Galaxy flagship that has been launched in the US. It was initially exclusive to Verizon and came to AT&T just a week ago, although AT&T will be delivering the phone to pre-order customers on December 17th, almost two weeks after it goes on sale on T-Mobile’s network.