Safaricom Galaxy Note 10 prices start at Kshs 104,000, free Samsung Galaxy Buds and 5GB data included

Samsung Galaxy Note 10

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ are now available for purchase in Kenya through Samsung Experience stores following their launch in August.

A week after their official launch, Samsung Kenya opened pre-orders for the Note 10 and Note 10+. The duo started selling two weeks later, but up until now, not even the leading telco in the country, Safaricom, has either device in stock.

If you happened to pre-order any of these two during the open window, Samsung Kenya included a free cover worth about Kshs 8,000. Furthermore, anyone who buys the Note 10 or Note 10+ directly from Samsung Kenya will get a free pair of Samsung’s Galaxy Buds headsets that would otherwise cost Kshs 15,000.

Samsung Galaxy Buds

Samsung Galaxy Buds


Unsurprisingly, this is also true for those who opt to go the Safaricom way to get their hands on the new beauties from Samsung. As noted, Mother Green doesn’t have the Note 10 in stock yet, but as I write this, pre-orders are now open.

Safaricom Galaxy Note 10+

Galaxy Note 10 & Note 10+ pre-orders on Safaricom are live


For a period ending September 30, Safaricom will be taking pre-orders for the Note 10 and Note 10+ at prices of Kshs 104,000 for the former and Kshs 120,000 for the latter. You can check out their specs below to get an idea of what you are paying for.

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Apparently, pre-orders are limited to Masoko, meaning you can’t get this offer in-store. As long as you place your pre-order by September 30 through the online portal, you’ll not only be eligible for a free pair of Samsung Galaxy Buds, but also free 5GB data to begin life on your Note 10 or Note 10+.

Galaxy Note 10 Safaricom pre-orders

The Note 10 & Note 10+ pre-orders on Safaricom end on September 30


The Safaricom offer doesn’t mention anything regarding the free case offered by Samsung, but we want to believe it will be in there too. It’s also worth noting that since these two are sold directly by Safaricom, they should come with a single-SIM slot.

If interested in either deal, pre-order the Note 10 here and the Note 10+ here.

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