This holiday season, why not surprise a loved one by replacing their old, busted device with a brand new Samsung Galaxy S10+? Verizon has an exclusive offer which could save you $750 on the purchase of one when you buy another at full price. You can choose a payment plan of monthly installments too so you won't need to shell out a huge sum of cash today. The device is available in a variety of colors, including Prism White, Prism Black, Prism Blue, and Flamingo Pink.
The deal requires that you add at least one line on an Unlimited plan to receive the discount, but unlike some other carrier deals like this, you don't even have to be a new Verizon customer. You'll see a monthly credit on your bill statement over the course of 24 months.
Time To Switch
Verizon is offering $750 off the purchase of a Samsung Galaxy S10+ when you buy another at full price and add a line on an Unlimited plan. You can even score a $200 prepaid Mastercard per phone if you're switching from another carrier.
Then again, if you are new to Verizon and port-in your number from your previous carrier, you'll be eligible to receive a $200 prepaid Mastercard for each device that is added to an Unlimited plan. That means you could earn up to an additional $400 back if you're a new customer who takes advantage of the offer above. If you do choose to take Verizon up on the offer, you'll need to visit this page after checkout and enter promo code HOLIDAYSWITCH to redeem the prepaid Mastercards. They can take up to 8 weeks to arrive in the mail.
Samsung's Galaxy S10+ smartphone has been well-received by tech reviewers and customers alike. Packed with 8GB of RAM and up to 1TB storage, 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 device earlier this year, calling it "the best-ever Galaxy S" and rating it with 4.5 out of 5 stars. If you'd like to know more about the Samsung Galaxy S10+ before buying, our Everything You Need To Know guide is pretty helpful, too.