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Samsung Galaxy S10 $240 at Verizon w/Add a line & bill credits 24 months

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$749.99 purchase on device payment or at retail price and new smartphone line of service and Unlimited required. Less $509.99 promo credit applied to account over 24 mos; promo credit ends if eligibility requirements are no longer met; 0% APR.


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Absolutely not a good deal.
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Wish they would offer Note 10+ deals.

I dropped my note 8 in the toilet and it died on me. I'm using a original pixel and its killing me slowly... First world problems.
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Wish they would offer Note 10+ deals.

I dropped my note 8 in the toilet and it died on me. I'm using a original pixel and its killing me slowly... First world problems.
I'm a tech youtuber who happened to have almost every new phone but I couldn't give up my Note 10. Sony sent me their new flagship thesony xperia 1 ii, I have IPhone 11pro max lying around my desk, basically every new phone but there's something about the Note devices that cannot be replaced. The multitasking, the pen, gestures and Samsung pay.
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Just honestly curious, why this is considered a bad deal?
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Also curious how this isn't a good deal. It's cheaper than buying an S9 or S10 refurbished. I've been on Samsung phones for years now & am very familiar with their UI design, this is a killer deal for me. Add in selling my old S8 and they're practically giving this away....

Edit: this promo is for new line activations only. I just spoke with their chat support
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Also curious how this isn't a good deal. It's cheaper than buying an S8 or S9 refurbished. I've been on Samsung phones for years now & am very familiar with their UI design, this is a killer deal for me. Add in selling my old S8 and they're practically giving this away....
Thinking about switching from Apple...do you get the Samsung Care? Wondering how durable these phones are...my 6s is still going strong lol
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Thinking about switching from Apple...do you get the Samsung Care? Wondering how durable these phones are...my 6s is still going strong lol
I don't use Samsung Care, Pay, or any of the other Samsung ecosystem products. I paid for Verizon's $5/mo extended warranty so I would be able to get the battery replaced for free once it wore out but after getting the battery replaced 2 years in I dropped the coverage. As far as the build quality I've had a Samsung Galaxy S5, S6, S7, and S8. They've all worked well, no cracked screens or weird software bugs, however, after 2 or 3 years they will only release security updates for your phone and you don't get any of the new Android OS versions. If you plan on keeping your next phone as long as your 6s, or you're already deeply embedded in the Apple ecosystem you might want to stay with Apple. If you're OK not getting new software features after 2-3 years or are comfortable upgrading on that cycle then I think Samsung can work well for you. I don't have any complaints regarding their build quality. Both are solid companies.
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I don't use Samsung Care, Pay, or any of the other Samsung ecosystem products. I paid for Verizon's $5/mo extended warranty so I would be able to get the battery replaced for free once it wore out but after getting the battery replaced 2 years in I dropped the coverage. As far as the build quality I've had a Samsung Galaxy S5, S6, S7, and S8. They've all worked well, no cracked screens or weird software bugs, however, after 2 or 3 years they will only release security updates for your phone and you don't get any of the new Android OS versions. If you plan on keeping your next phone as long as your 6s, or you're already deeply embedded in the Apple ecosystem you might want to stay with Apple. If you're OK not getting new software features after 2-3 years or are comfortable upgrading on that cycle then I think Samsung can work well for you. I don't have any complaints regarding their build quality. Both are solid companies.
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Just received my s10 yesterday and I was impressed how easy it was to transfer all my iPhone stuff to my s10. I initially backed everything up on my iPhone using google drive, but when I went through the s10 set up process, it allowed me to just connect my iPhone directly. Everything transferred over seamlessly and set up similarly to how I had the iPhone set up (lock screen and wall paper included). Very impressed. The s10 feels good in the hands and the operating system is very smooth. Thanks for your input.
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Absolutely not a good deal.
Agreed. Verizon gives deep discounts...when you add a line. At between $35-$40 per line per month, the good deal quickly becomes not so much. Is it so hard to ask for a deal to upgrade existing lines and not have to add a line or have a trade in?
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So I don't have Verizon for service. Can I order Thai phone and if so what will it cost me per month for service
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Agreed. Verizon gives deep discounts...when you add a line. At between $35-$40 per line per month, the good deal quickly becomes not so much. Is it so hard to ask for a deal to upgrade existing lines and not have to add a line or have a trade in?
I ported my number from Sprint, so I was opening a new line/service anyway and coming from a 6s...$240 seems to be a bargain especially if you plan to use it for a couple years...I keep seeing $280 for a pixel 3a and the s10 is a better phone.
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I'm a tech youtuber who happened to have almost every new phone but I couldn't give up my Note 10. Sony sent me their new flagship thesony xperia 1 ii, I have IPhone 11pro max lying around my desk, basically every new phone but there's something about the Note devices that cannot be replaced. The multitasking, the pen, gestures and Samsung pay.
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