The Samsung Galaxy S10e is calling for you. It's waiting for you. Go and get it! You can upgrade to the Galaxy S10e for just $5 a month when you switch to Sprint. A little over a week ago the best you could do was $10 a month, so the price is already half that! Sprint's deal requires approved credit and a new line of service, which includes signing up for an 18-month commitment with Sprint's Flex Lease. Once you're approved and you've bought your new phone, you will get a $26.25 monthly credit applied to each bill.
If you go for this deal, you can get the Galaxy S10e 128GB smartphone in three different colors: Blue, Black, and White. You can also upgrade to the 256GB version and still get it for $5 a month, but the only available color is Flamingo Pink and you'll have to pay an upfront price of $100.
The Flex Lease is an 18-month commitment. After that time is up, you can return the phone and upgrade to a new model or buy the rest of the price of the phone. If you choose to buy out the phone instead of upgrading to whatever new phone is out at the time, you can either pay off the rest in one lump sum or choose a six-month payment plan. This deal also includes Sprint's Galaxy Forever feature, which means you can upgrade to the newest Samsung Galaxy smartphone anytime after 12 lease payments. Handy if Samsung comes out with something new.
Read our review of the Galaxy S10e here. We gave it 4 stars and a Recommended badge. Andrew Martonik said, "It is every bit a full-featured and fully capable Galaxy S10, simply shrunk down to a smaller size. You give up a few superfluous specs like a couple gigabytes of memory, ultra-high screen resolution and the telephoto camera, but otherwise retain everything that makes the Galaxy S10 so great."
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J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now covers deals for Android Central, iMore, and Windows Central. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.