To be exact, the smartphones are available for preorder from AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon, all of which have discounts worth considering.
A new line is required here, as well as a $950 installment agreement. The credits will come trickling in over 30 months' time.
On top of all that, the carrier is throwing in an AT&T Visa Reward Card worth $150 for those ordering online.
The carrier is offering a Flex plan with an 18-month lease, costing $19.79 a month for the Galaxy Note 10 or $26.04 a month for the Galaxy Note 10 Plus. Users have the option to return the smartphone at the 18th month and upgrade to a newer model or buy it for a one-time payment or a six-month payment plan.
Those who preorder will also receive $150 in Samsung rewards.
The Uncarrier is offering up to $300 off the Galaxy Note 10 or Galaxy Note 10 Plus when customers purchase it on a monthly plan and trade in an eligible device. After getting the device, buyers will get a promo code and get a link to their virtual card.
Buyers need to get another line to avail the promo, and the credits will be added to their accounts over 36 months. Those who switch to an Unlimited plan will also get a $200 Prepaid Mastercard. Also, those who preorder the Galaxy Note 10 will also get a $100 gift voucher that can be used at the Samsung store, while the Plus and Plus 5G variants will come with a $150 voucher.
The carrier is also offering up to $450 off any of the Galaxy Note 10 models when subscribers trade in an eligible device.
The Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus debuted on Aug. 7, and they're scheduled to start shipping out on Aug. 23, though the delivery dates of some models of the bigger variant may have been delayed a bit.