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Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Pre-order the Samsung S20 lineup now!

Samsung has announced the new Galaxy S20 lineup of phones, consisting of the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, S20 Ultra. Unlike previous years, preorders don’t start today. They’ll begin on Friday, February 21st at 12:01AM ET / 9:01PM PT. Launch day is Friday, March 6th.
This means that you have more time to reserve a spot in line for a preorder. If you reserve an unlocked or carrier-locked S20 series device from Samsung before preorders begin, then follow through by purchasing a phone, you’ll get a $35 credit that you can use on accessories and devices. That’s not a bad deal. Here are a few other reasons why you should consider preordering.
In general, preordering is a good idea because it means you’ll get your phone on launch day — or earlier, in some cases. Another reason to consider it is because Samsung is offering some decent preorder incentives. So long as you place your order before March 6th, Samsung will give S20 buyers a $100 voucher to use at its online store. The S20 Plus will net you a $150 gift card, and the S20 Ultra comes with a $200 credit.
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Additionally, starting February 21st you can trade in your old smartphone through Samsung, Best Buy, or the Shop Samsung phone app on Android or iOS and get up to $700 off the cost of your new S20 device.
The only configuration of the Galaxy S20 that Samsung offers in the US has 12GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage (with 1TB of microSD storage). It costs $999.99 and you can pre-order it from Samsung directly. 
  • Verizon will offer the S20 for $41.66 per month on its device payment plan. However, this device won’t be available for preorder on February 21st. Verizon says that it will be available for purchase in Q2 2020.
  • T-Mobile will offer the S20 for $41.67 per month for 24 months. It requires $0 down.
  • AT&T will offer the phone for $33.24 per month over 30 months. You can get an S20 for free (paid back over in monthly credits over a 30-month period) if you sign up for an AT&T Unlimited Extra or Unlimited Elite plan, port over your number and agree to a device payment plan. If you don’t port your number over, you can still get $500 off.
  • Sprint hasn’t shared pricing for this model yet, though it will open preorders starting February 21st.

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