Plan Picks: A Galaxy S10e or S10 from $10/month from Sprint

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Welcome back to Plan Picks! We may have been away for a while, but the offer that caught our eye from Sprint today should more than make up for it.

While the offers last, you can lease a Samsung Galaxy S10 for just $15 per month, or a Galaxy S10e for only $10 per month with a Flex lease.

To put that in context, the regular Galaxy S10 lease price is more than $37 per month, so it’s quite a savings.

Love it! But what’s a Flex Lease?

Full phone ownership ain’t all that, especially if it means you’re always sporting the latest model. That’s how a Sprint Flex Lease works. You just lease the phone from Sprint for a monthly cost until you’re ready to upgrade.

It’s a good system, especially since smartphones depreciate in value quickly anyway. You can even pay the difference to buy it at the end if you want.

Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy s10e deal

A Galaxy S10e for $10 per month? Gimme!

Easy tiger — there are a few conditions attached. I’m sure you’ll diligently check them out when you lease anyway, but here’s a summary:

  • The least lasts for 18 months and requires a new line of service.
  • The Flex lease costs above are after you receive bill credit, applied within two bills.
  • You must have approved credit, determined at checkout.

So you need a new line, but Sprint has a number of great plans on offer. For instance, you could be paying just $70 per month total for a shiny new Galaxy S10e with unlimited data, calls, texts, and so forth. 

There are other nice perks too, such as upgrading to the latest model after 12 payments, and free overnight shipping.

Pretty tasty huh? Follow the link below to check out the offer and get started.

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