Americans can now make the jump to a Samsung Galaxy S20 phone, here are the deals offered by Verizon and AT&T. And before we get to the prices, we'd like to remind you that the Galaxy S10 phones are discounted up to $300.
Verizon will start accepting pre-orders for the S20 Ultra and S20+ on February 21 at 12:01am ET, the first units will be available on March 6. The vanilla S20 will be available in Q2.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G is $1,400 up front or $58.33 a month for 24 months. Note that you can get up to $200 in Samsung credit when buying S20 Ultra or S20+ (use the Shop Samsung app to redeem). Also, existing Verizon customers can get up to $300 with a trade-in (applied as credit over 24 months).
The Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G is $1,200 in one payment or $49.99 a month. The S20+ can get an additional $150 discount (applied as credits during the 24 months of the contract).
Note that if you buy an S20 Ultra or S20+, you get get up to $1,050 towards buying a vanilla S20 if you activate a new line. Also, Verizon gives you a 6 months subscription to the Hatch game streaming service.
Speaking of, the Samsung Galaxy S20 5G is $41.66 a month or $1,000 in one lump sum. Note that while Verizon carries the Galaxy Buds+ (it has been selling them for nearly a week now), they are not part of a free pre-order bundle like in other regions.
All three models will feature support for Verizon's 5G network. Check out a speed test at 0:40 in the video below.
Now for AT&T's prices. The Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G goes for $46.67 a month for 30 months. The full retail price is $1,400. The Galaxy S20+ 5G is $40/month or $1,200, the Galaxy S20 is $33.34/month or $1,000.
Unlike on Verizon, you can pre-order all three phones starting February 21 (the first units will be available March 6). AT&T also plans to offer the Galaxy S20+ on a 5G plan through Cricket Wireless. Also, the S20 family supports FirstNet (a dedicated LTE network for first responders, which runs on AT&T's network).
AT&T offers up to $1,000 credit with a trade-in (which, you guessed it, will be applied as credit installments each month).
This deals are pure rbbery. In my country is as expensive as in USA. Compared to that the new Xiaomi flagship is very cheap and equally good.
How is this overpriced lol?
For example the Baltic States. I ordered my S20+ yesterday and they are part of it.