Tech News: Walmart offers $200 savings on Samsung's Galaxy S20 and S20+, no trade-in required

There is much to appreciate about the state-of-the-art from Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, the somewhat humbler S20 +, and even the “entry level” S20 variant that includes everything from a beautiful 6.2-inch dynamic AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate to a hefty 4000 mAh battery and an impressive (at least on paper) 12 + 64 + 12MP triple camera on the back.

The price structure is of course comparable to the remarkable specifications of the S20 line-up, starting at no less than a thousand dollars. To make it easier to swallow that pill, everyone comes out Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile Best Buy, Amazon, and of course, Samsung itself revealed great introductory promotions, ranging from huge trade-in discounts to usual BOGO packages and free credit to purchase accessories from the world’s largest smartphone supplier.

But perhaps one for the Best Galaxy S20 and S20 + offers currently available, somehow managed to fly under our radar, giving you the chance to effortlessly save a cool $ 200. The immediate Walmart discount comes with (almost) no obligation, you just need to be an upgrade from AT&T or Verizon customer who is willing to pay for your new high-end phone in monthly installments.

Technically, you should be able to save the same $ 200 with eligible carrier activation of the S20 Ultra, but for some reason the 6.9-inch seems unavailable at the time of this writing on the official Walmart website for AT&T and Verizon subscribers. Meanwhile, Big Red has yet to release a “regular” Galaxy S20 variant that is compatible with The Best wireless network in the country, so if you use Verizon and want to take advantage of this deal, you have to buy the S20 + from $ 41.62 a month.

That equates to about $ 1,000 after 24 payments, and the same applies to the reduced total price of the AT&T-specific Galaxy S20 Plus after 30 installments of $ 33.30 per doll. Upgrading from AT&T customers will cough up a total of $ 200 for the 6.2-inch S20 at Walmart after a $ 33.34 to $ 26.63 monthly payment.

Please note that the savings of $ 200 are ‘direct’, which means that you don’t have to take into account billing credit nonsense, and this Walmart promo can be combined with Samsung’s $ 100 and $ 150 retail credit offers for the S20 and S20 +. You must also remember that these phenomenal phones are not yet ready for shipment, and the sooner you pre-order them, the sooner you should be able to hold them.

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