US carriers announce Samsung Galaxy S20 FE pricing and availability

Ricky, 24 September 2020

Following Wednesday’s announcement of the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE, US carriers have detailed pricing and availability for the new lower-cost Samsung flagship model. As Samsung has confirmed, we can expect to see more “Fan Edition” phones in the future.

US carriers announce Samsung Galaxy S20 FE pricing and availability

AT&T

Starting with AT&T, the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE is going to be available for S700 and pre-orders open on September 24 with retail availability starting on October 2. The carrier will be offering up to $700 off with an eligible trade-in, but AT&T hasn’t detailed which devices are eligible.

The phone will cost $23.33/month over the carrier’s normal 30-month finance period.

T-Mobile

T-Mobile is offering a the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE for free when customers add a line to a new or existing account. This is applied via monthly statement credits, so you need to maintain the line open to keep the discount. The phone retails for a full price of $699 with pre-orders starting on September 25. The phone will be available in stores and online starting on October 2. T-Mobile is also offering up to $500 off with an eligible trade-in – applied via monthly statement credits.

T-Mobile mentions that the Galaxy S20 FE 5G will be compatible with the carrier’s low band (600MHz) and mid band (2.5GHz) 5G networks. You can pick one up for $29.17/month for 24 months.

Verizon

Verizon’s Galaxy S20 FE [5G Ultra Wideband] is the only one of the three carrier variants that will support mmWave 5G (along with the networks future sub-6GHz 5G). The phone will officially retail for $50 more than the other carriers at $750, but offers a $50 instant-discount for the time being. That would come out to $29.16/month for 24 months.

US carriers announce Samsung Galaxy S20 FE pricing and availability

Customers can get up to $250 back with an eligible trade-in when upgrading on select Unlimited plans. Verizon is also offering the phone on a Buy One Get One promotion where you can get the second phone for free after monthly statement credits over 24 months when you add a new line.

Verizon will be holding preorders on September 24 with official availability arriving on October 2.

Sources: AT&T &bull: T-MobileVerizon


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