If you want to get Samsung's latest Galaxy S10e, S10 or S10 + on a two-year contract, operators like Telus have released the contract price today as part of pre-order launch. There are a number of awards, depending on how much you want to pay in advance for units, as well as additional grants with the Bring-It-Back program.
If you want to sign a two-year period, the Galaxy S1
The Telus Bring-It-Back program offers the S10e 128GB at $ 0 advance with a $ 125 per month plan with 3GB (+ 1GB of bonus data) with unlimited Canada-wide calls. At the end of two years, whether you return the phone or keep it and pay back $ 100 prepayment.
The Galaxy S10 128GB is $ 920 in advance on a standard $ 95 / 3GB (+ 1GB bonus) plan with unlimited calls throughout Canada.
The Telus Bring-It-Back program offers the phone for as little as $ 100 in advance with a $ 125 per month plan over a two-year period. After the term is up, return the phone or hold it and pay back the $ 220 support.
Galaxy S10 +
For Galaxy S10 + 128GB, it costs $ 1060 in advance on a standard $ 95 per month plan, with the same wallet details as above. S10 + Ceramic 1TB is $ 1770 in advance on a $ 95 Standard two-year period.
The Telus Bring-It-Back program offers S10 for as little as $ 220 in advance with a $ 125 per month plan. At the end of the case, return the phone or pay back the $ 220 support and hold the device.
For the S10 + Ceramics, it is available under the $ 800 program in advance with a $ 125 per month plan. After the term is up, you can return the phone, or keep it by repaying the extra $ 370 grant.
These new Samsung Galaxy phones aren't exactly cheap, but if you want to be an early adopter, the price probably doesn't matter to you. The new Samsung Galaxy Fold dealer starts with $ 1980 USD, or about $ 2600 CAD.
Any Telus customer who pre-orders the S10e will receive a free Samsung Wireless Charger Pad valued at $ 80. The Galaxy S10 and S10 + pre-orders receive free Galaxy Bud wireless earphones, valued at $ 200.