Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G in new Spectrum

With the announcement of Samsung’s Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ it’s no surprise that we’re looking for where the Note10+ 5G will be supported and T-Mobile is bringing it’s newest services to the phone.

With Samsung’s Note10+ 5G being the first 5G phone capable of tapping into T-Mobile’s 600 MHz 5G spectrum, they are both looking to launch the phone for Un-carrier customers in Q4 this year.

The Note10 and Note10+ LTE smartphones are available for pre-order starting tonight at 9:01PM PST and will be available online and in-stores on August 23rd. Customers have two deals to snag these at T-Mobile:
Starting August 7th, trade in a qualifying smartphone and get up to $300 off the Note10 or Note10+ via trade-in credit and rebate or…
Starting August 23rd, buy one Samsung Note10 or 10+ and get a second Note10 FOR FREE with 24 monthly bill credits or up to $950 off Note10+ when you add a new line.
T-Mobile for Business customers can also get the same BOGO deal and more, head here for all the business offer deals.

The Galaxy Note10 256GB model starts at $0 down, $39.59/month (Full Retail Price: $949.99), the Note10+ 256GB model starts at $149.99 down and $39.59/month (FRP: $1099.99) and the Note10+ 512GB model starts at $249.99 down, $39.59/month (FRP: $1,199.99) – all for 24 months for well qualified customers on T-Mobile’s no-interest Equipment Installment Plan.

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