Xfinity Mobile has announced that it will offer the Samsung Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra smartphones. The regular Galaxy S20 will not be on offer, it seems.
Just to be clear, both the Galaxy S20+ and S20 Ultra that the company will offer will support 5G. In case you haven't heard already, all Galaxy S20 series smartphones that are in the US support 5G.
Xfinity Mobile pre-order for the Galaxy S20+ & S20 Ultra start on February 21
The company has announced that you will be able to pre-order the Galaxy S20+ or S20 Ultra starting on February 21. The two devices will be available online, or in Xfinity Stores nationwide.
The devices will become available for purchase starting on March 6. That is when you will be able to purchase them from those very same channels.
Any customer that opts to switch to Xfinity Mobile between February 21 and April 5 will receive $300 off the new Galaxy S20 series, and other select Samsung devices.
The company highlighted that existing Xfinity Mobile customers can also get some benefits, a $300 pre-paid card with the purchase of the Galaxy S20 series smartphone, or other select Samsung devices.
Xfinity Mobile is available to Xfinity Internet customers, and includes up to five lines of unlimited nationwide talk and text, and no phone line access fees. You can choose between two straightforward data options.
Those two options are 'By the Gig', which provides shared data starting at 1GB for $12 (3GB for $30 and 10GB for $60), and 'Unlimited', which will cost you $45 per month per line.
Samsung introduced its new flagships yesterday in San Francisco
The Galaxy S20 series smartphones were announced yesterday in San Francisco. As part of this lineup, Samsung introduced the Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra.
All three phone are made out of metal and glass, and all three are quite expensive, actually. The Galaxy S20+ and S20 Ultra that Xfinity Mobile is offering are more expensive than the regular S20 model.
Having that in mind, that $300 discount if you're switching from somewhere else certainly seems interesting. You can save quite a bit of cash that way.
The Galaxy S20 smartphones have a lot in common, line a similar design, for example. They are somewhat different on the inside, though, and if you'd like to know more, click here.