Getting a premium smartphone in your hands doesn't have to come at a premium price. Sprint has the latest Samsung Galaxy S10+ available for just $15 monthly when you sign up for an 18-month Flex Lease and add a new line of service to your account. That saves you close to $27 off its usual monthly cost there. This device starts at $1,000 new to purchase outright, though with Sprint's offer, you'll pay just $270 over the course of the 18-month lease.

Sprint's Flex Lease plans are perfect for people who want to always have a current smartphone without paying full price, as it allows you to return the phone you have and switch to a new one every 18 months. Once your 18 month Flex lease is up, you also have the option of keeping the phone by paying off its remaining balance. Samsung Galaxy phones also include Galaxy Forever which lets you upgrade to a new Galaxy device after 12 months.

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Sprint has a major deal going on the Samsung Galaxy S10+ right now. Choose an 18-month Flex Lease to score one for just $15 per month. That saves you nearly $27 every month off its usual price!

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Samsung's latest Galaxy S10+ smartphone has been well-received by tech reviewers and customers alike. Packed with 8GB of RAM, the device is equipped with a large 6.4-inch AMOLED display featuring an integrated ultrasonic fingerprint sensor hidden underneath to keep it secure from prying eyes. We reviewed the Samsung Galaxy S10+ upon its release earlier this year, calling it "the best-ever Galaxy S" device and rating it with 4.5 out of 5 stars.

If you'd like to know more about Samsung's Galaxy S10+ before buying, this Everything You Need To Know guide has all the information you need.

Once your new smartphone is on its way to your home, you should start getting prepared for its arrival by checking out our lists to the best Samsung Galaxy S10 accessories and best Samsung Galaxy S10+ cases.

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