Verizon recently started selling the first commercially accessible 5G smartphone in the US market, the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G. The device is priced at a hefty $1,299 but with the help of Verizon’s special trade-in offer you can save of up to $650.

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Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Verizon offer

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is available in two colours, one is Majestic Black and the other is Crown Silver. The device is available in two storage options. The base variant(256GB) will cost you $1,299 and the top-end 512GB variant will cost you $1,399.

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G speed

You do have the option of paying the amount in monthly installments over a 24-month timeframe. The 256GB variant, its installment plan starts at $54.16/month and the 512GB variant, its installment plan starts at $58.33/month.

So as can you can see the amount you will be playing is huge so the carrier has decided to offer some special schemes to attract the interest of customers.

The total amount you can save is up to $650 which is huge. Heres how you can save some bucks while you purchase Samsung Galaxy S10 5G.

Save up to $650, Here’s How!

Firstly, you can get $200 off your purchase if your transaction is done via Prepaid Mastercard.

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Secondly, the network carrier, Verizon is giving either a $450 or a $300 credit when specific smartphones are traded in with Samsung Galaxy S10 5G. The smartphones which can be traded are ranging from Apple to HTC devices.

Here’s the entire list of eligible devices

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G verizon offer exchange list

Before making the purchase decision you should note that Verizon’s 5G network coverage is currently limited to certain areas only. Meaning your 5G won’t work all over the US.

Apart from the superfast data speeds of 5G connectivity, Galaxy S10 5G is powered by an Octa-Core Snapdragon 855 processor, 6.7” Quad HD+ display, 12-megapixel camera, 8GB of RAM, and a huge 4,500mAh battery with fast charging capabilities.

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