2019's Galaxy S10 Plus is a great phone at a great price. And you can save even more by choosing a refurbished model. Here's a look at what the phone's got to offer and our pick of today's standout deals.
Best refurbished Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus deals this week
What are the best refurbished Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus contracts?
For most people, the most suitable Galaxy S10 deals will offer about 3GB-5GB of data per month. But if you play a lot of games or stream a lot of video, we'd suggest you opt for a contract with 8GB-10GB.
To find a deal that meets your needs, use the filters on the left of the comparison table on this page to sort by price, allowances or upfront cost.
What are the cheapest refurbished Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus contracts?
To make sure you get the most for your monthly outlay, use the filter by total cost option when you're comparing deals on our comparison tables.
It's also smart to keep a close look out for S10 Plus contracts from 'value' networks, such as Tesco Mobile and giffgaff. These can work out much, much cheaper than bigger brands, such as Vodafone, O2 and EE.
Refurbished Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus at a glance
The S10 range marked ten years of Samsung Galaxy S phones. And although since superseded by the likes of the Note 10 and S20, the S10 Plus remains an excellent smartphone.
The 6.4-inch screen, which spans almost the entire front of the phone, is stunning. And the excellent array of three rear lenses and two front lenses add up to one of the most advanced cameras on any smartphone.
The S10 Plus's power-share option comes in very handy too, allowing you to charge your friends or family's phones simply by placing them against your S10 Plus.
Other standout features include:
- Ultrasonic fingerprint scanner hidden within the screen
- Fast wireless charging
- 4,100mAh battery
- 128GB and 512GB storage options
- Water-resistant in up to 1.5m of water for 30 mins
What is a refurbished Galaxy S10 Plus?
Put simply a refurbished S10 Plus is a phone that was returned by its previous owner and is being offered for resale by a network or retailer.
The handset could have been returned during the 30-day cooling-off period after the customer bought it. In which case what you're getting is a phone that is to all intents and purposes brand new.
If could also have been returned due to a fault. If that's the case, you can rest assured it'll have been repaired and will work as new.
Irrespective of the reason it was returned, all refurbished phones will also have been cleaned and wiped of personal data.
Is a refurbished Galaxy S10 Plus any good?
A refurbished S10 Plus should work every bit as well as a brand new model. You may notice the odd cosmetic flaw, such as a nick or tiny scratch, but otherwise it'll be indistinguishable from a new phone.
Should a fault develop later and you've bought a refurbished S10 Plus from a reputable retailer, you'll be covered by a guarantee. So you'll be entitled to a replacement or a refund.
What's the difference between a refurbished and new S10 Plus?
Not an awful lot, is the answer. If you're lucky enough to buy a 'nearly new' phone that was returned within its previous owner's cooling-off period, there'll be no difference at all.
Even refurbished phones that aren't 'nearly new' should only have the most minor signs of wear. Which may equate to a small scratch, but nothing more.
What you should be aware of, though, is that refurbished phones generally don't come in the original box and usually omit the full range of accessories you'd get when you buy a phone brand new.
Galaxy S10 Plus specs
|Release Date||08/03/2019 00:00:00|
|Sim Card Type||Nano|
|Form Factor||Candy Bar|
|Size||74.1mm x 7.8mm x 157.6mm|
|Battery Type||Lithium Ion|
|Display Size||6.4 inches|
|Screen Type||Super AMOLED|
|Resolution||1440 x 3040 inches|
|Pixels Per Inch||526 ppi|
|Touch Screen Type||Capacitive|
|Processor Cores||Octa Core Cores|
|Internal Storage||128, 512, 1000|
|External Storage||Micro SD|
|Primary Camera||12 MP|
|2nd Camera||10 MP|