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T-Mobile has the full Samsung Galaxy S20 5G lineup on sale at a $500 discount (with strings)


Samsung’s somewhat unexpected trouble selling its newest ultra-high-end smartphone family in the US and around the world is already pretty well-documented, thanks to a whole bunch of market research firms and industry analysts, so it shouldn’t come as a big surprise that yet another major carrier is now running an extensive Galaxy S20 series sale.

This time around, we’re talking about the nation’s leading “Un-carrier”, which is technically not able to match the very best deals recently offered by AT&T and Sprint on the 5G-enabled Galaxy S20 and S20 Ultra. But it’s still hard to argue with a $500 discount available for S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra purchases under some relatively simple and straightforward conditions.

All you need to do is join T-Mobile on an “eligible” plan, agree to pay for your favorite member of the Galaxy S20 5G lineup in monthly installments, and just like that, you’ll see monthly credits on your bill totaling 500 bucks after two years.

That means you’re essentially looking at paying just $499.99 all in all for a 6.2-inch S20 variant with 5G support instead of coughing up its $999.99 regular price, while the 6.7-inch S20+ 5G and 6.9-inch S20 Ultra 5G will drop from $1199.99 and $1399.99 respectively to a significantly more reasonable $699.99 and $899.99. 
Of course, that still doesn’t make the Galaxy S20 Ultra what we’d traditionally consider a bargain, but believe it or not, the extravagant powerhouse seems to be selling in much higher numbers than its smaller brothers, so this deal is actually the most interesting one available at T-Mobile right now.
It’s definitely worth highlighting that you can also shave $500 off the $1299.99 list price of the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G at Magenta, while the non-5G and non-Plus Note 10 variant is on sale at $475 less than usual. The 4G LTE-only Galaxy S10 and S10e are both available at 50 percent discounts, whereas the S10+ is curiously enough no longer sold by the nation’s third-largest wireless service provider.



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