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    T-Mobile details the Galaxy S20, Plus and Ultra storage prices and availability


    While we were wondering about the repercussions of the most expensive series of Galaxy S phones that Samsung has ever announced, T-Mobile sent us a memo to detail the Galaxy S20, Plus and Ultra prices and availability on its budding 5G network.

    Not only will it have all three models available to take advantage of its high-speed network, but T-Mobile is also rolling it out to more places - 95 extra towns and cities, to be exact - in order to celebrate the launch.

    Galaxy S20, Plus an Ultra 5G prices on T-Mobile


    • Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G: Cosmic Gray and Cosmic Black in 128GB for $58.34/month (FRP: $1399.99) and in 512GB in Cosmic Black for $58.34/month (FRP: $1599.99)
    • Galaxy S20+ 5G: Cosmic Gray, Cloud Blue and Cosmic Black in 128GB for $50/month (FRP: $1199.99) and in 512GB in Cosmic Black for $50/month ($1349.99)
    • Galaxy S20 5G: Cosmic Gray, Cloud Blue and Cloud Pink in 128GB for $41.67/month (FRP: $999.99)



    Unfortunately, the rumors were true, and even the lowly Galaxy S20 that doesn't have mmWave 5G support, for instance, will start you off from $999 in its most basic, 128GB storage version, or, more than forty bucks a month, and the free Galaxy Buds+ set with it doesn't do much to soothe the price pains. Here are all the new places where T-Mobile is rolling 5G out in together with the S20 series launch:

    Arkansas
    Hector, Moorefield

    Arizona
    Cordes Lakes, Huachuca City, Spring Valley, Winkelman

    California
    Desert Shores

    Colorado
    Ault, Collbran, Lakeside, Lynn

    Iowa
    Bancroft, Crystal Lake, Frederika, Grafton, Hampton, Larchwood, Luxemburg, McCallsburg, Ocheyedan, Paullina, Plainfield, Ryan, Scarville, St. Anthony, Sutherland

    Illinois
    McCook, Merrionette Park, Preston Heights

    Indiana
    Bloomfield, Newburgh, Parkers Settlement, Riley, Royal Center, Versailles, Westport

    Kentucky
    Brownsboro Farm, Dixon, Goose Creek, Lynnview, Manor Creek, Strathmoor Manor, Strathmoor Village, Watterson Park, Woodland Hills

    Louisiana
    Richmond, Tallulah

    Maryland
    Lonaconing

    Minnesota
    Skyline

    Montana
    Jette, Plains

    North Carolina
    Old Fort

    North Dakota
    Gardner

    Nebraska
    Dunbar

    New Mexico
    Hatch, Manzano

    Ohio
    Brecon, Four Bridges, New Miami, Pleasant Hills, Remington

    Oklahoma
    Carney, Eakly, Erick, Goodwell, Grand Lake Towne, Hennessey, Oktaha, Wyandotte

    Oregon
    Hood River

    Pennsylvania
    Avondale, Bryn Mawr, Conneaut Lake, Mercersburg, Perryopolis, Reynoldsville

    South Carolina
    Folly Beach

    Texas
    Fort Hancock, Hilltop, Karnes City, Mineola, Panhandle, Quitman, Richland, Santa Anna

    Utah
    Junction, Lynndyl

    Washington
    Esperance, Fife, Kettle Falls

    Wisconsin
    Marion, Newburg, Tigerton

    West Virginia
    Brandonville

    Wyoming
    Shoshoni

    These are the world’s first smartphones capable of tapping into the full potential of 5G (low, mid and high band). This new lineup will be able to use all the Un-carrier’s 5G spectrum — low-band 600 MHz for breadth of coverage across the country and high-band for blazing-fast, hotspot-like speeds in certain areas — and is future-proofed to tap into mid-band spectrum with New T-Mobile.

    "While the biggest carrier in the country clings to their 4G glory days to distract from their nearly non-existent 5G, T-Mobile has already launched the country’s biggest 5G network,"said John Legere, CEO of T-Mobile. "But this is only our foundational layer of 5G coverage — we aren’t stopping there. With the New T-Mobile, we’ll combine this core layer of 5G with Sprint’s 2.5 GHz mid-band spectrum to supercharge 5G, creating a broad and deep network for everyone … and these are the first phones that can tap into ALL that power, so we’re pumped to unleash them at the Un-carrier!"

    Pricing for the new smartphones are below - All monthly payments are for 24 months on T-Mobile’s no-interest Equipment Installment Plan:

    • Samsung Galaxy S20 5G: T-Mobile customers can get the Samsung Galaxy S20 in Cosmic Gray, Cloud Blue and Cloud Pink in 128GB for $41.67/month ($0 down, FRP: $999.99).
    • Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G T-Mobile customers can get the Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G in Cosmic Gray, Cloud Blue and Cosmic Black in 128GB for $50/month ($0 down, FRP: $1199.99) and in 512GB in Cosmic Black for $50/month ($149.99 down, FRP: $1349.99).
    • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G T-Mobile customers can get the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G in Cosmic Gray and Cosmic Black in 128GB for $58.34/month ($0 down, FRP: $1399.99) and in 512GB in Cosmic Black for $58.34/month ($199.99 down, FRP: $1599.99).

    Related phones

    Galaxy S20
    • Display 6.2 inches
      3200 x 1440 pixels
    • Camera 12 MP (Triple camera)
      10 MP front
    • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, 12GB RAM
    • Storage 128GB, microSDXC
    • Battery 4000 mAh
    • OS Android 10
      Samsung One UI
    Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G
    • Display 6.9 inches
      3200 x 1440 pixels
    • Camera 108 MP (Quad camera)
      40 MP front
    • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, 12GB RAM
    • Storage 128GB, microSDXC
    • Battery 5000 mAh
    • OS Android 10
      Samsung One UI

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    5 Comments

    5. looneyhouston

    Posts: 49; Member since: Apr 10, 2014

    0 down??? Yeah right. I'm a well qualified customer and I have to pay $329 down right now if I want an iPhone11 pro max. TMobile will only allow $0 down for any phone $720 and lower. What ever the cost over $720 for the phone will be due as a down payment. Therefore if yoant an Ultra you will be required to pay down $680

    4. RoryBreaker

    Posts: 330; Member since: Oct 11, 2015

    Nearly $60 a month for the Ultra???? That's crazy!!!!!!!!!!

    3. Blazers

    Posts: 796; Member since: Dec 05, 2011

    Samsung is just taking advantage of Huawei's situation. These prices would be much lower, if they had competition from them in the US market.

    2. thxultra

    Posts: 494; Member since: Oct 16, 2014

    Wait a couple of months they will be on sale. I will be surprised if they sell many Ultra's at $60 a month. Has to be coming to the point that people stop paying these crazy prices.

    1. Alcyone

    Posts: 666; Member since: May 10, 2018

    That pricing makes it an easy pass. Not even the Samsung Corp. discount will persuade me. 2021 and beyond, us where at. Like all new tech, prices will fall (a bit) with more options to consumers.
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