Boost Mobile announced that Samsung Galaxy S10e will be available at BoostMobile.com for $749.99 (plus tax) Friday, March 8and next week in Boost Mobile stores nationwide. Consumers who make the switch to any unlimited plan $50 or higher will save $50 instantly1 on this amazing new smartphone.
There are many ways to save with Boost Mobile. Consumers looking to make the switch and want a family plan of three or four lines can also save $50 on the Samsung Galaxy S10e. For a limited time, consumers can get for four lines of unlimited data, talk and text for only $100 per month2. Each line includes:
- Mobile hotspot per line.
- Mobile-optimized streaming videos, gaming and music.
- 4G LTE for most everything else.
For full details on the device and pricing, please visit BoostMobile.com.
Loyal Boost customers on a monthly plan who have made at least 12 consecutive on-time payments may be eligible to purchase the Galaxy S10e through BoostUP! – an affordable way qualified customers can pay for their phone over time. Purchase the Galaxy S10e for $150 down (plus applicable taxes) and then pay $33 per month for 18 months.3
“We aim to provide our customers a wide selection of devices – including the latest technology from leading brands like Samsung – that pair perfectly with our unlimited no-contract plans,” said Angela Rittgers, senior vice president-Sales and Marketing, Sprint Prepaid Group. “The new Galaxy S10e offers the type of innovative features Boost customers look for, and we can’t wait to get it into their hands with no annual contract required.”
The Samsung Galaxy S10e builds on a decade of Galaxy breakthroughs for those who want all the premium essentials in a compact package on a flat screen. The new device features a Dynamic AMOLED display, an all-new camera with ultra-wide 123° field of view, Wireless PowerShare4, and new AI software that automatically optimizes battery. Customers can enjoy all of these features while saving money through Boost Mobile’s affordable prepaid phone plans. These plans include unlimited data, talk, text, taxes and fees and unlimited music streaming with data charges.