The Galaxy Note 10+ is Samsung's latest and greatest. It's an awesome phone with amazing features. At Verizon you can get the Galaxy Note 10+ or Note 10+ 5G and you'll get up to $949.99 in promotional credits to apply toward a second phone. Essentially, you can buy a Note 10+ and get a Galaxy Note 10 for free.
Buy One, Get One
The second phone you go for needs to be equal or lesser value than the first, so it makes sense to go for the Note 10+ here. Pick from a long list of other phones you can save $950 on.
Save $950 over 24 months
Let's break this down: Go to the Verizon site. Buy a Note 10+ 5G, Note 10+, or even just a regular Note 10. Then add a second phone that includes one of the following: Galaxy S10e, S10, S10+, S10 5G, Note 10, Note 10+, or Note 10+ 5G. This phone needs to be added to a new line on one of Verizon's Unlimited plans. You'll get a $749.99 promo credit for the S10e 128GB phone, $849.99 for the S10e 256GB, or $899.99 credit for the S10 128GB. All other phones get the $949.99 credit (the Note 10+ 5G gets a credit of $26.38 a month over 36 months, which comes out to around the same price). This promotional credit is applied over the course of 24 months. Like any "Buy One, Get One" deal, the second phone has to be equal or lesser value than the first.
In addition to all that savings, you can get a $200 prepaid Mastercard. You'll need to go to the Verizon Promotion Center website and use the code SWITCHNOW. To maintain the maximum benefit from this, you'll want to keep your line active for at least 45 days. Plus, if you cancel within the first six months, you'll get a $200 charge back. So don't do that. The card is mailed to you within eight weeks.
We already know quite a bit about the new Galaxy Note 10+. Read our hands-on review here and learn about what makes this phone so special. We gave it 4 stars out of 5 and said, "No matter what you do, you're going to find amazing performance on the Note 10+... I couldn't do a single thing that made the Note 10+ so much as hesitate — let alone stutter or actually have a problem."
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