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Xfinity Mobile: Galaxy S20 models price reduced and $400 off for both New and Existing customers - From $349

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All S20 models price reduced -

Galaxy S20 5G - $749 (less by $250) - $400 = $349 - https://www.xfinity.com/mobile/sh...mic%20Gray
Galaxy S20+ 5G - $899 (less by $300) - $400 = $500 https://www.xfinity.com/mobile/sh...mic%20Gray
Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G - $999 (less by $400) - $400 = $600 https://www.xfinity.com/mobile/sh...mic%20Gray

Xfinity Mobile: $400 off on all S20 models for both New and Existing customers
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.

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.

https://www.xfinity.com/mobile/sh...s-s20-drop

Good deal if you dont have eligible phone for S21 trade-in or dont like it's specs.
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I wish these companies would spot doing these bill credit deals.
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this is not $$$ off deal
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I wish these companies would spot doing these bill credit deals.
Yep. Who wants to keep a phone for more than two years? I upgrade my phone every 18 months to get the latest technology.
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Was going to look into setting up, but xfinity's site is so janky. Tried multiple times with my login, but kept on wanting to ask me to login again after I was already logged in.
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Yep. Who wants to keep a phone for more than two years? I upgrade my phone every 18 months to get the latest technology.
just pay it off...you still get the credits after you pay it off.
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just pay it off...you still get the credits after you pay it off.
Obviously, you did not read the fine print... " *If line is canceled, voluntarily or involuntarily, or device payments are accelerated, the remaining credits associated with device payments are lost." 🤔🤔🤔
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Obviously, you did not read the fine print... " *If line is canceled, voluntarily or involuntarily, or device payments are accelerated, the remaining credits associated with device payments are lost." 🤔🤔🤔
holy jesus...you are correct. I am a t mobile customer so i figured all companies were like that....big yikes...but i guess i have comcast internet...i should of expected this
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holy jesus...you are correct. I am a t mobile customer so i figured all companies were like that....big yikes...but i guess i have comcast internet...i should of expected this
They just started this "accelararion of payment" maybe a couple of years ago. Before it was ok to pay off your device and request unlock after just a couple of months.
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holy jesus...you are correct. I am a t mobile customer so i figured all companies were like that....big yikes...but i guess i have comcast internet...i should of expected this
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They just started this "accelararion of payment" maybe a couple of years ago. Before it was ok to pay off your device and request unlock after just a couple of months.
AT&T is the same way, once paid off you lose the remaining credits. This is their new "non-contract" way to keep people tied to them. Not sure how Verizon does it, and I didn't know T-Mobile was a bit better. But still, is T-Mobile's method T-Mobile credit, or "cash" where if you left them they'd give you a check?
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All S20 models price reduced -

Galaxy S20 5G - $749 (less by $250) - $400 = $349 - https://www.xfinity.com/mobile/sh...mic%20Gray
Galaxy S20+ 5G - $899 (less by $300) - $400 = $500 https://www.xfinity.com/mobile/sh...mic%20Gray
Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G - $999 (less by $400) - $400 = $600 https://www.xfinity.com/mobile/sh...mic%20Gray

Xfinity Mobile: $400 off on all S20 models for both New and Existing customers
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.

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.

https://www.xfinity.com/mobile/sh...s-s20-drop

Good deal if you dont have eligible phone for S21 trade-in or dont like it's specs.
Looks like xfinity takes trade-ins too, but so ridiculous that they don't let you see what the values are online.

Data points for comparison:
Unlocked S20 Ultra is $50 cheaper here than S21 Ultra at Samsung's site with a trade-in valued $550 there. The S21 is $100 less and the S21+ is $50 less at Samsung.com with same trade-in, than the "equivalent" S20 or S20+ here. Some carrier-locked are up to $100 less with carrier financing than the Unlocked version at Samsung. Plus decent cashback/discount opportunities there. Hopefully that helps someone.

The various S21 phones at Xfinity seem to have similar $400 off deals right now.
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Last edited by Platin465 January 23, 2021 at 09:39 AM.
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I have Xfinity mobile line. If I'm reading this right, can I upgrade to S20 pay $749 then wait 90 days to get $400 unlock phone and then sell it? Total cost for S20 will be about $349. What do you think the S21 will be worth after 90 days? This phone seems better in features than the S21
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Glad I checked again. I canceled my order last week and reordered. $600 is incredible deal for the Ultra.
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What kind of gift card? Use anywhere?
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What kind of gift card? Use anywhere?

Yes.. anywhere Mastercard is accepted.. it is a Mastercard..

Corrected: It is Visa card
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Last edited by boyzclub January 25, 2021 at 06:06 AM. Reason: right info
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