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Pre-Order Starts Today with Serious Deals for EVERYONE on the Latest Samsung Galaxy S20 5G Smartphones at T-Mobile

BELLEVUE, Wash. , February 20 /Businesswire/ - T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) today announced new deals for anyone looking to score the new Samsung Galaxy S20 5G, Galaxy S20+ 5G or Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G at the Un-carrier and jump aboard the first and only nationwide 5G network. And should the merger with Sprint close, only New T-Mobile can supercharge smartphones in this 5G lineup with mid-band spectrum. Get up to HALF OFF the latest Samsung Galaxy smartphones — the first smartphones in the U.S. that can tap into the full potential of 5G with low, mid and high-band — with an eligible trade-in OR snag a BOGO when adding a line. And both new and existing customers who want a sweet new 5G upgrade – from single line, to families, to businesses – can all score these deals. The Samsung Galaxy S20 5G lineup is available for pre-order online starting tonight at 9:01pm PT and will go on sale in T-Mobile stores on March 6.

And the best part about these new 5G smartphones? Well, there are really two. ONE: devices in this lineup will be able to use all the Un-carrier’s 5G spectrum — low-band for breadth of coverage across the country, and high-band for blazing-fast, hotspot-like speeds — and is future-proofed to tap into mid-band spectrum with New T-Mobile if the merger with Sprint closes. And TWO, T-Mobile doesn’t charge extra for 5G access. Unlike the Carriers, T-Mobile’s plans include access to 5G — and not just the most expensive plans… at no extra cost. At the Un-carrier, anyone can get two lines starting at just $90/month plus tax for T-Mobile Essentials with 5G access included.

Offer details:

  • Customers can get up to $500 off any of the latest Samsung Galaxy S20 5G smartphones after rebate when they trade in an eligible device.
  • Customers can pick up one of the latest Samsung Galaxy S20 5G smartphones at T-Mobile and get up to $1000 off a second one of equal or lesser value with 24 monthly bill credits when they add a line (new customers must add two lines) and get both devices on T-Mobile’s no-interest Equipment Installment Plan. That means customers can get a Samsung Galaxy S20 5G FREE! Customers can also pick up a Samsung Galaxy S10 and Note10 series device on the same deal.
  • T-Mobile for Business customers can also take advantage of these offers, plus more offers just for businesses. For more information, visit:
  • Plus, customers also receive a Samsung credit of up to $200 from when they pre-order any of the latest Galaxy S20 5G smartphones.

And, customers who put Magenta on their smartphone get all the great Un-carrier benefits on the industry’s best unlimited plan with taxes and fees included, Netflix on Us for families, the best customer care in wireless with a dedicated Team of Experts, and free scam protection options to fight robocalls. Customers also score weekly free stuff from T-Mobile Tuesdays along with industry-leading travel benefits.

For more information on all the Un-carrier’s offers, please visit To see all the places you’ll get T-Mobile’s 5G down to a neighborhood level, check out the map here: For more information on the latest Samsung Galaxy S20 5G devices at T-Mobile, visit For more information on the New T-Mobile, please visit

Follow T-Mobile’s Official Twitter Newsroom at @TMobileNews to stay up to date with the latest company news.

During congestion, customers using>50GB/mo. may notice reduced speeds; Essentials customers may notice speeds lower than other customers. Tax on full device price due at sale. Limited time offers; subject to change. $10 SIM card, and, in stores & on customer service calls, $20 assisted or upgrade support charge may be required. Must be active & in good standing for promos, allow 6-8 weeks. May not be combined with some offers/discounts (e.g., Carrier Freedom). Max 6/account. $500 rebate: If you cancel service, remaining balance on required finance agreement becomes due. Up to $500 back, depending on trade-in device, via Virtual Express Prepaid Mastercard® Card, which you can use online or via accepted mobile payment apps; no cash access & expires in 6 months. Card is issued by Sunrise Banks N.A., Member FDIC. BOGO: If you cancel your line before receiving 24 bill credits, you may owe up to the full amount of all devices: ($999.99 – Galaxy S20 5G); if canceling your account, you can contact us first to instead make discounted monthly balance payments. If you have canceled voice lines in past 90 days, reactivate them first. T-Mobile Essentials General Terms: Monthly Regulatory Programs (RPF)& Telco Recovery Fee (TRF) totaling $3.18 per voice line ($0.60 for RPF & $2.58 for TRF) applies; taxes/fees approx. 4-38% of bill. Max 6 lines. 5G: Coverage not available in some areas. While 5G access won't require a certain plan or feature, some uses/services might. 5G uplink not yet available. See details at Samsung $200: Terms and conditions apply. Visit: to learn more.

About T-Mobile US, Inc.

As America's Un-carrier, T-Mobile US, Inc. (NASDAQ: TMUS) is redefining the way consumers and businesses buy wireless services through leading product and service innovation. Our advanced nationwide 4G LTE network delivers outstanding wireless experiences to 86 million customers who are unwilling to compromise on quality and value. Based in Bellevue, Washington, T-Mobile US provides services through its subsidiaries and operates its flagship brands, T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile. For more information, please visit

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