With Verizon's latest price drops reaching Samsung Galaxy devices, now's your opportunity to get one of these latest smartphones in your hands for as low as $24.99 per month with monthly installments. Devices including the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 5G, Galaxy S10+, and the Galaxy S10e are now at a new low price, and there's even an offer which could score you hundreds in savings on a second device!
You can save up to $600 off a second Samsung Galaxy phone just by adding a new line to an Unlimited plan while purhasing the devices. You'll see the discount applied to your monthly bill within two months. This deal could score you a device like the Galaxy S10e for free, while the Galaxy S10 would drop to $150 after the discount.
New Low Price
The Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 5G, S10+, and the S10e just received a price cut at Verizon. Pick the device of your choice with payments starting at $25/month. You can even save up to $600 on a second device when you add a new line on an Unlimited plan.
Starting at $25/month
Verizon's monthly payment plans are a great way to score a new device without shelling out hundreds for one all at once. You'll just pay a small monthly fee over the duration of 24 months, and after that period has passed, you'll be able to keep the phone and do whatever you'd like with it.
Four models of the latest Samsung Galaxy device are included in today's offer, though if you're not sure which model is right for you, our guide can tell you everything you need to know about these smartphones to help you make an informed decision.
For even more savings on this purchase at Verizon, you can trade in an eligible device like an iPhone or another Samsung Galaxy phone to receive up to $300 off the purchase price, though this offer does not seem eligible to be combined with the BOGO offer above when purchasing two devices.
Interested to see how the Galaxy S10 compares to other phones? So were we, so we put it to the test against devices like the Google Pixel 4XL. Be sure to take a look through our comparison guide for an in-depth look at how these models stack up.