Verizon’s Galaxy Note 10+ 5G pre-order to include a free Galaxy Note 10
Verizon will have a pretty exciting deal for those who pre-order the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G, according to an image released by Twitter leakster evleaks. The 5G variant of the Galaxy Note 10+ was revealed exclusively by us a few months ago, and Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg had also confirmed that North America’s biggest carrier will sell the 5G model of Samsung’s upcoming flagship. And it seems those who pre-order the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G on Verizon will get a free Galaxy Note 10 as long as they choose the carrier’s unlimited plan.
That’s a pretty solid pre-order offer, and it also makes sense considering how expensive the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is expected to be. The Galaxy S10 5G debuted for $1299.99 and is still selling for the same price; the LTE Galaxy Note 10+ is expected to be priced between $1100 and $1150, and that means the 5G model’s price tag could be as high as $1450. That would be the base variant, of course – one can only imagine how much the top variant, which is going to have 1TB of storage, will cost.
Naturally, the finer points of Verizon’s offer will only be revealed once the Galaxy Note 10 goes official. Samsung will unveil the Note 10 and Note 10+ in New York City on August 7, and we can expect carriers to start taking pre-orders from the very next day. Verizon will be extending its 5G network to 20 cities in the US by the end of 2019 and will probably have Samsung’s latest flagship as an exclusive on its network for a while, just like it has exclusive rights on the Galaxy S10 5G right now.