Samsung had released a fleet of smartphones in its Galaxy Unpacked event. Even though the Galaxy Z Flip went on sale almost immediately, the Galaxy S20 series was put on sale today only. Available via Carriers and also unlocked, these premium devices will cost you premium bucks. Galaxy S20 starts at $999 and Galaxy S20+ will cost $1,199. The premium Galaxy S20 Ultra will cost $1,399. However this year, Samsung is not bundling the pre-orders with free Galaxy Buds. Instead, they are offering credits towards any accessory from the Samsung shop.
- Galaxy S20: $100 credit
- Galaxy S20+: $150 credit
- Galaxy S20 Ultra: $200 credit
The unlocked variant of the Galaxy S20 series is available in multiple online stores such as Samsung Store, Best Buy, B&H Photo and also in Sam’s Club. You can also get up to $700 in trade-in credit if you buy from Samsung or Best Buy.
Verizon is currently offering only S20+ and S20 Ultra as the Galaxy S20 does not support mmWave 5G. What’s more interesting is that they are offering a monstrous $1050 credit towards a second S20 series phone if the buyer is starting a new line. Existing customers can get $300 with trade-in.
For a period of 30 months, AT&T is offering up the Galaxy S20 for $33.34/month, Galaxy S20+ for $40/month, and the S20 Ultra for $46.67/month. If you are posting to their new 5G-ready AT&T Unlimited Extra or Unlimited Elite plan then you will get the Galaxy S20 for free else you can get the S20+ by paying only $200.
T-Mobile on the other hand, letting customers buy Galaxy S20 or the lower model of S20+ for $0 down payment. They have to pay $41.67 or $50 per month respectively. For the rest of the S20+ and S20 Ultra, $199.99 is down payment and $58.34 per month.
Source – 9to5Google
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