Those interested in jumping on the 5G bandwagon will be pleased to know that Sprint will begin pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G starting today (June 21). Sprint’s Galaxy S10 5G will be available initially in Houston, Kansas City, Dallas, and Atlanta and will eventually head over to Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City, Phoenix, and Washington D.C. So as it stands, the Galaxy S10 5G on Sprint is not widely available in the U.S. This is mainly because 5G networks are still in their nascent stages and carriers are quite some distance away from nationwide coverage.
Speaking on the launch of the handset, Michel Combes, CEO of Sprint said “Our 5G network lets our customers seamlessly do the things they love with faster speeds, including gaming, streaming, downloading, and browsing. Adding this device to our expanding 5G product portfolio is an important chapter in our 5G story.”
Customers can order the Galaxy S10 5G on Sprint’s Flex Lease plan starting at $40.28 per month. Customers can also opt for the unlimited plan which is available at $80 for one line and $160 for two. This includes features like Amazon Prime, Twitch Prime, Hulu, Tidal HiFi, along with 100GB of LTE mobile hotspot and of course, unlimited nationwide data, voice minutes as well as texts. AT&T is also offering the Galaxy S10 5G on its networks, and similar to Sprint, it will only be sold in a handful of markets.
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Via: Talk Android