Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10e got unveiled at an event in San Francisco yesterday, and today, their pricing for India was revealed on Amazon India. The smartphones can be pre-booked via Samsung’s official website, Amazon India, Paytm Mall, Tata Cliq and Flipkart.
And now, Airtel has announced that the newly launched Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ smartphones are up for pre-booking on its Airtel Online platform and as a part of the launch offers, the telecom major is offering the devices at a down payment of Rs 9,099.
The company has now started taking pre-orders on the Airtel Online Store, and the devices will begin shipping starting March 6. Customers can purchase the Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone with a down payment of Rs 9,099 and the rest of the money can be paid via EMIs. We should mention that these EMIs will include a payment of postpaid plans from the telecom major as well. The postpaid plan being offered will come with 100GB of data, unlimited voice calling and a free one-year subscription for Amazon Prime. In addition to this, customers will also get a Netflix subscription for three months.
It is worth noticing that customers would have to pay 24 EMIs of Rs 2,999 each for Samsung Galaxy S10 for the 128GB storage variant. If you buy the 512GB storage model of Samsung Galaxy S10, you would have to pay a down payment of Rs 13,809 and 24 EMIs worth Rs 3,499.
We should point out that for Samsung Galaxy S10 bundled with Airtel’s plan, you would pay Rs 81,075 for the 128GB storage variant and Rs 97,785 for 512GB storage model. Otherwise, the former costs Rs 66,900 and the latter is priced at Rs 84,900.
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If you are interested in buying Samsung Galaxy S10+ smartphone, you would have to pay a down payment of Rs 15,799. However, the EMI amount will not change. We should point out that the most affordable of the lot – Samsung Galaxy S10e – is not listed for the offer. For the 512GB storage variant and the 1TB storage model, the cost of down payment increases to Rs 20,399 and Rs 35,099 respectively. While the cost of EMIs for the 512GB storage variant is Rs 2,999, that goes up to Rs 3,499 for the 1TB storage variant.
So you pay Rs 87,775 for the base model and Rs 1,04,375 for the 512GB storage variant. Otherwise, the former is priced at Rs 73,900 and the latter costs Rs 91,900. Customers are expected to pay extra for Airtel’s services.