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128GB Samsung Galaxy S10e Smartphone w/ Verizon, AT&T or Sprint Activation EXPIRED

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Best Buy has 128GB Samsung Galaxy S10e Unlocked Smartphone for $349.99 when you Activate on Verizon, AT&T or Sprint. Shipping is free or select free store pickup where available. Thanks whirlybird720

Note, the 128GB Galaxy S10 is also available at $499.99 with activation via this Frontpage Deal.

Available in:S10e Specs:
  • 5.8" AMOLED 2280x1080 Display
  • Snapdragon 855 Octa-Core CPU
  • 128GB Storage Capacity
  • 6GB RAM
  • PowerShare Wireless Charging
  • 16MP/12MP Rear Cameras
  • 10MP Wide-Angle 4K UHD Selfie Camera
  • GSM+CDMA / 4G LTE Compatible
  • Android 9.0 Pie + One UI
Best Buy also has 128GB Samsung Galaxy S10+ Unlocked Smartphone for $599.99 when you Activate on Verizon, AT&T or Sprint. Shipping is free or select free store pickup where available.

Available in:S10+ Specs:
  • 6.4" AMOLED 3040x1440 Display
  • Snapdragon 855 Octa-Core CPU
  • 128GB Storage Capacity
  • 8GB RAM
  • PowerShare Wireless Charging
  • 16MP/12MP/12MP Rear Cameras
  • 10MP/8MP Wide-Angle 4K UHD Selfie Camera
  • GSM+CDMA / 4G LTE Compatible
  • Android 9.0 Pie + One UI
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S10e 128GB - https://www.bestbuy.com/site/samsung-galaxy-s10e-with-128gb-memory-cell-phone-unlocked-prism-blue/6323356.p?skuId=6323356​ [bestbuy.com]

S10 128GB - https://www.bestbuy.com/site/sams...Id=6323528

S10+ 128GB - https://www.bestbuy.com/site/sams...Id=6323863

this is mostly a re-post from the earlier deal that was marked as dead. I am showing several in-stock in my area as well as several other areas, and available for shipping. I walked into Best Buy last night and purchased an unlocked black S10e 128GB for $349.99+tax w/ a Verizon sim card taped on the box. Looks like activation is required for online purchase. I purchased in-store w/o activation and w/o adding a line for the same price, so YMMV.

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S10e - https://www.bestbuy.com/site/sams...Id=6323361


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Last Edited by Yianaki July 16, 2019 at 11:13 AM
Try and find ANY friend that has Verizon OR Sprint. Make sure you get the UNLOCKED phone (which is what this deal is for), the actual Verizon branded one doesn't want use LTE properly on Att (make a voice call and phone wont go back to LTE). Just upgrade your friends line give them 35$ upgrade fee take out the SIM put in back in their phone. That is what I did wonderful deal. Amazing phone for the money!Peace

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$40. People want to get this price and then take them to other carriers without paying VZW an activation fee.
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No, and I even asked at the cellphone desk and checkout. They asked what carrier I had, I told them Verizon, and they taped a Sim card on the outside and told me to go online to activate it from home. IDK, I didn't argue.
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Denied on 2 best buys. Have to activate the phone in store. SLC, UT.
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bb rep didn't force you to activate?
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I think you got away without activation. Good for you.
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bb rep didn't force you to activate?
No, and I even asked at the cellphone desk and checkout. They asked what carrier I had, I told them Verizon, and they taped a Sim card on the outside and told me to go online to activate it from home. IDK, I didn't argue.
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I think you got away without activation. Good for you.
IDK, maybe so. Looks like online you have to go thru all the checking steps for activation (1. carrier, 2. add/replace line, 3. billing zip + PIN). you could always try it, and select in-store pickup and see. If your rep requires you to activate, then just return it.
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IDK how to edit the OP... looks like ACTIVATION REQUIRED for online purchase. I purchased in-store w/o activation for the same price, so YMMV.
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Forgive my ignorance: What's wrong with activation with an existing line?
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Forgive my ignorance: What's wrong with activation with an existing line?
Probably activation fee which is $30 with verizon.
Or some people want to sell the phone as brand new without opening the seal. Activating the phone would mean it's no longer "brand new"
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Probably activation fee which is $30 with verizon.
$40. People want to get this price and then take them to other carriers without paying VZW an activation fee.
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Forgive my ignorance: What's wrong with activation with an existing line?
I tried it online, with AT&T. It does not give you an "upgrade" option - meaning you would have to select a plan and add a new line. So, the issue is not the activation fee, but rather the requirement to have an additional line. I guess the OP just got lucky.
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Not sure why the td, even with activation it's cheaper than Amazon for an existing line... worked fine for me on Verizon
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