Verizon and AT&T drop the Galaxy A10e installment plan cost down to $0

The Galaxy Note 10 may have stolen the spotlight this week, but that doesn’t mean we’ve forgotten about the other devices Samsung has to offer. Hot on the heels of the Note 10 announcement, the Galaxy A10e offered by Verizon and AT&T in the United States has become more affordable.

Both carriers have now dropped the monthly installment fee for the Galaxy A10e from $7/$7.49 down to $0. Normally the phone would set you back around $170-$180 by the end of the 24-month period, but now you can virtually get it for free. You will need a new line to take advantage of the offer. Otherwise, you can buy the phone without a monthly installment plan for $179 and $209 from Verizon and AT&T, respectively.

The Galaxy A10e was launched by AT&T about a month ago. More recently it landed on Verizon’s shelves for a similar full retail price, and also launched through Boost Mobile. The A10e is a toned-down version of the Galaxy A10, having a smaller display, an 8-megapixel main camera instead of a 12MP unit, and a 3,000mAh battery that’s smaller by 400mAh. The phone comes with 32GB of storage which can be expanded by up to 512GB via microSD.

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  • Model: SM-A102U
  • Dimensions: Bar: 147.3 x 69.6 x 8.4 mm
  • Display: 5.83 inch / 148.082 mm PLS TFT LCD
  • CPU: Exynos 7884
  • Camera: 8MP
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