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Xfinity Mobile is offering $400 on all Samsung S21 series (and S20 as well) for
New Customer / New Line : Number port in and 24 month DPP required, $400 credit given as monthly credits over 24 months

Existing Customer : Requires buying the phone outright and $400 gift card issued after 90 days of upgrade.

S21 : $399.99 https://www.xfinity.com/mobile/sh...5g-samsung
S21+ : $599.99 https://www.xfinity.com/mobile/sh...5g-samsung OOS
S21 Ultra : $799.99 https://www.xfinity.com/mobile/sh...5g-samsung

You can also get a new line using BYOD and then upgrade to get the existing customer offer (if you prefer that) and dont have a line with Xfinity.

Getting Xfinity Mobile service do require an Xfinity Internet / TV service.

You can still get the upto $200 credits on Samsung.com if pre-ordering from Xfinity:
By 1/28/21, pre-order and purchase a Samsung Galaxy S21 5G, S21+ 5G, or S21 Ultra 5G on device installment plan, 2-year contract plan, lease or outright purchase at full retail price, & receive a Samsung Galaxy SmartTag ($30 value) + Samsung Credit either (i) $100 (S21 5G), (ii) $150 (S21+ 5G), or (iii) $200 (S21 Ultra 5G) ("Gift"). Only available while supplies last. By 2/28/21, using your Qualifying Purchase device, follow instructions on the Shop Samsung app ("App") to submit required info. Gifts will be emailed apprx 4-6 weeks after verification of Qualifying Purchase

https://www.xfinity.com/mobile/sh...samsungs21
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cali_guy_0024 asked this question on 01-22-2021 at 12:19 PM
02-06-2021 at 02:17 PM
If you are porting in a new line, you can get the Moto e or the LG K51 for $0. If you're not porting in a new line, the best deal they have the Samsung S21 for $399. It's a top of the line phone that normally sells for $800. They were bundling it with a promo from Samsung. I don't know if that promo is still going. Under the promo, if you bought the S21, you could buy the Tab S7 for $280 (if you have student discount it's $220). You can turn around and sell the Tab S7 for $400-500 easy.

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Good luck getting your prepaid card from Xfinity. May take up to a year from the service start date, thanks to their poor customer service!
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Quote from Teejaye1100 :
They got rid of the SD Card slot for starters. Lol
And MST for Samsung Pay, along with NO CHARGER IN THE BOX.... LOLOLOLOL
I can keep going. Samsung is garbage.
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Really? They got rid of MST in Samsung Pay? Why would they do that? That was the biggest, exclusive differentiating factor in Samsung Pay. That's the biggest reasons I stayed with Samsung. They bought the original inventor/company and made it exlclusive to Samsung.
Samsung Pay works *everywhere*. But No MST means that's not longer true?
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Exactly. In 2021 they're scaling back. lol
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Without MST/SamsungPay I'll likely get out of Samsung. There are twenty other Android, and Iphone options. MST has been the single thing holding me inside SamsungPay. Can't imagine why they'd get rid of it. Any legal or contract issues??
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It is only a guess but I think they are probably ditching MST because the USA is one of the only markets that still uses a lot of magnetic stripe readers. It is so frustrating how many companies have the physical hardware in place that could take NFC payments but they don't implement it because they want to do their own garbage wireless payment systems (*cough* Walmart Pay *cough* Kroger Pay *cough*).
I assume some of you know but maybe not from everyone complaining:

https://www.slashgear.com/samsung-pay-mst-tech-shown-to-be-susceptible-to-theft-fraud-08451037/#:~:t... [slashgear.com]
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No, they allow BYOD only for some iPhone, Pixel or Galaxy phones only.
Would the unlocked Moto G work on XM (if I buy it from Sam's club)? They sell the exact same phone but more expensive. Not a big deal if I didn't get bonus for transferring a line, etc.

Thanks,

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Would the unlocked Moto G work on XM (if I buy it from Sam's club)? They sell the exact same phone but more expensive. Not a big deal if I didn't get bonus for transferring a line, etc.

Thanks,

-Guru
It would work, but you would need a iPhone, Pixel or Galaxy phone to do BYOD and activate the Sim.

Once activated you can take the Sim out and use it in a different phone. I have been doing that previously.

If you want unlocked Moto G, Google Fi currently has a deal ongoing for it for $50, though you would need to port a number and get their service for 3 months. the phones are unlocked and you can cancel the service after 3 months. Three month charges are about $25 per month, so total $75 and there are ways to get the second month free.
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Quote from sxw88 :
XM
5G NR: n2/n5/n66/n48/n12/n25/n30/n41/n71/n77/n78/n260/n261;
Anchor Bands 2,4,5,13,66;
LTE: B13/B4/B2/B5/B46/B48/B66/B12/B3/B7/B8/B18/B19/B20/B26/B28;
GSM Quad: B5/B8/B3/B2;
UMTS Quad: B5/B8/B2/B1

Verizon
5G Network n2/n5/n66/n260/n261
Anchor Bands: B2/B4/B5/B13/B46/B66/B48
LTE Bands: B2/B4/B5/B13/B46/B66/B48
LTE Roaming: B3/B7/B8/B12/B18/B19/B20/B26/B28,
GSM/UMTS Quad, TDD LTE B38/B39/B40/B41, LTE-LAA: B46

Looks like XM version has more 5G bands. Everything else is about the same.
Where did you find this spec difference?
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Where did you find this spec difference?
Copy and past me from XM and Verizon website under specs
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I assume some of you know but maybe not from everyone complaining:

https://www.slashgear.com/samsung-pay-mst-tech-shown-to-be-susceptible-to-theft-fraud-08451037/#:~:t... [slashgear.com]
That's not true. Sure, you can steal the token but it's for a single use virtual card that Samsung Pay generates, not your actual card number. MST and Samsung Pay are perfectly safe. They got rid of MST because their market research said most people didn't use it and they are trying to bring prices down.
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Quote from sxw88 :
XM
5G NR: n2/n5/n66/n48/n12/n25/n30/n41/n71/n77/n78/n260/n261;
Anchor Bands 2,4,5,13,66;
LTE: B13/B4/B2/B5/B46/B48/B66/B12/B3/B7/B8/B18/B19/B20/B26/B28;
GSM Quad: B5/B8/B3/B2;
UMTS Quad: B5/B8/B2/B1

Verizon
5G Network n2/n5/n66/n260/n261
Anchor Bands: B2/B4/B5/B13/B46/B66/B48
LTE Bands: B2/B4/B5/B13/B46/B66/B48
LTE Roaming: B3/B7/B8/B12/B18/B19/B20/B26/B28,
GSM/UMTS Quad, TDD LTE B38/B39/B40/B41, LTE-LAA: B46

Looks like XM version has more 5G bands. Everything else is about the same.
Generally all Samsung Galaxy series versions have the same hardware in USA, and will support the bands.

This has been the case since s8, except for s20, where Verizon(and Xfinity) had a different version and it was named differently as well, S20 5G UW instead of S20 5G.

For s21 there has been no indication that Verizon will have a different version and even then in all likelihood Xfinity and Verizon will have exact same models.
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Quote from FancyTeam7624 :
It would work, but you would need a iPhone, Pixel or Galaxy phone to do BYOD and activate the Sim.

Once activated you can take the Sim out and use it in a different phone. I have been doing that previously.

If you want unlocked Moto G, Google Fi currently has a deal ongoing for it for $50, though you would need to port a number and get their service for 3 months. the phones are unlocked and you can cancel the service after 3 months. Three month charges are about $25 per month, so total $75 and there are ways to get the second month free.
So when you say it would work I can just get a sim from XM and pop it in the Moto G I'm bringing in correct? And I could transfer a number over from Cricket to the Moto G.

Are you saying I would need to first activate the sim in an iphone, pixel or galaxy? Can't I just get a sim from XM?

Sorry for all the confusion and questions,

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Quote from ListedGuru :
So when you say it would work I can just get a sim from XM and pop it in the Moto G I'm bringing in correct? And I could transfer a number over from Cricket to the Moto G.

Are you saying I would need to first activate the sim in an iphone, pixel or galaxy? Can't I just get a sim from XM?

Sorry for all the confusion and questions,

-Guru
Xfinity Moibile doesnt give out sim, It requires you to either buy a phone from them or do BYOD(Bring your own Device) which is limited to the phones mentioned above. There is a checker available on their website where you can identify if the phone is BYOD capable or not using the phones IMEI.
https://www.xfinity.com/mobile/learn/byod
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Quote from FancyTeam7624 :
Xfinity Moibile doesnt give out sim, It requires you to either buy a phone from them or do BYOD(Bring your own Device) which is limited to the phones mentioned above. There is a checker available on their website where you can identify if the phone is BYOD capable or not using the phones IMEI.
https://www.xfinity.com/mobile/learn/byod
Ok. Thanks again for the info. I just assumed I could bring an unlocked moto g into the xfinity store and buy a sim there. I guess I'll have to wait for a sale hopefully soonSmilie
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Can somebody just explain this part?
You can still get the upto $200 credits on Samsung.com if pre-ordering from Xfinity:

So I pay for the phone, say base model s21 for $800 plus tax. Then after 90 days xfinity will send me a $400 gc (so no 2 year requirement?), and then I can also get a $200 gc to Samsung.com?
I believe its not gift card. They will send a coupon code worth $200 that can be used to purchase cell phone accessories only .
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Direct from Samsung, I'm paying quite a bit less this time going from 128GB S10+ to 256GB S21 Ultra than when I did S8 to S10+, along with better pre-order bonuses and that's before 10% cashback and 20% Perks@Work credit. Certainly slick enough for me.
Is there a way to stack the cashback or Perks@Work with this Xfinity deal?
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I have two xfinity phones already, that are paid off and eligible for an upgrade. If I upgrade these two lines, can I then use the old phones (which are motorola) to port in two other numbers? Would rather have the $400 giftcards then then monthly bill credits.
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I have two xfinity phones already, that are paid off and eligible for an upgrade. If I upgrade these two lines, can I then use the old phones (which are motorola) to port in two other numbers? Would rather have the $400 giftcards then then monthly bill credits.
no, see earlier discussion on this
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