The Galaxy A10 is a really good phone at a really good price. We take a close look at its key features and pick out the very best A10 deals
Top Samsung Galaxy A10 deals by network
Which network offers the best and cheapest Galaxy A10 contracts? Which one’s best for freebies and incentives? Here we take a look at some of the major networks to put you in the picture
Samsung Galaxy A10 deals on Vodafone
All A10 contracts on Vodafone get you membership of the VeryMe rewards scheme, which gets you monthly discounts and giveaways.
Cheaper contracts offer inclusive roaming in 48 locations, while the more expensive deals allow you to roam for no extra charge in 77 locations worldwide.
So what else has Vodafone got to offer? Read our Vodafone network review.
Samsung Galaxy A10 deals on EE
EE offers the UK’s widest network coverage and fastest speeds. When you get a Galaxy A10 on EE you’ll also get free six-months’ subscriptions to Apple Music and MTV Play.
Select Galaxy A10 deals include Swappable Benefits, such as a free BT Sport app or Roam Further Pass, which you can switch from month to month.
Find out more about EE with our EE network review.
Samsung Galaxy A10 deals on O2
O2’s Galaxy A10 contracts are customisable, so you can decide how much you’d like to pay upfront as well as tailor your monthly allowances to your needs.
All O2 Galaxy A10 deals include membership of its Rewards and Priority customer benefit schemes, which get you freebies and priority ticket booking at O2 venues.
Sold on O2? Find out more with our O2 network review.
Samsung Galaxy A10 at a glance
At its heart is a 6.2-inch Infinity-V Display that’s comparably sized and almost as bright and colourful as pricier Galaxy phones.
And the sleek design and edge-to-edge screen means this phone never looks like a poor relation.
It’s also home to a 13-megapixel rear camera and five-megapixel front camera, both of which take impressively crisp and detail-packed photos for a camera at this price.
You can also decorate and customise your photos with AR stickers and tweak them with fun filters.
Face-recognition security is on board, so you can unlock the A10 just by looking at it, and there’s a handy Night Mode that minimises blue light emissions to help you get to sleep.
The A10 is powered by an octa-core Exynos 7884 processor and a long-life 3,400mAh battery that comfortably gives you a day’s full usage on a single charge.
Other key features include:
- Polycarbonate and glass construction
- 32GB of storage and the option to boost capacity further by adding a microSD card
- 3.5mm headphone jack
- Blue, black, red and gold colour options
- Android 9.0
Cheap Samsung Galaxy A10 deals
The Galaxy is a very affordable phone. Especially compared to top-of-the-range models. But if you’re looking to get an A10 for the best possible price, you may want to consider…
- Buying SIM free. Your total outlay is much cheaper if you can stump up a lump sum of cash to buy the A10 outright and signed up for a SIM only deal, than if you buy the phone on handset-and-tariff two-year contract.
- Opting for a value network. It’s always worth looking to see if the likes of Tesco Mobile and giffgaff are offering the phone you’re eyeing.
Samsung Galaxy A10 with no upfront cost
If you’d prefer not to pay anything up front, you’re in luck. It’s very easy to find Galaxy A10 contracts with no upfront charge. Here’s our pick of the best:
Samsung Galaxy A10 contracts with bad credit
Because the Galaxy A10 is a very affordable phone, you’ve got a better chance of being approved for a contract by a network than if you were buying a newer, top-of-the-range phone.
However, if you’re still worried about passing a credit check you might want to buy the phone outright and then get a SIM only deal.
Find out more about how to get a phone if you've got bad credit with our one-stop guide.
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