Switching From an iPhone to a Galaxy S20? Samsung Is Willing to Give You up to $700 for It

Feb 21, 2020 08:33 EST
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Pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy S20 series are now open and the phones will be available to purchase from March 6 in stores. The phones have a lot to offer, including buttery smooth displays, insane cameras, and 5G support. The price of the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus, and Galaxy S20 Ultra starts at $999, $1199, and $1399 respectively. Granted, they are anything but cheap, but thanks to Samsung’s trade-in program, you can save up to an astonishing $700 if you turn in your current device.

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For last year’s Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S10, you will be able to save $700 when purchasing Samsung’s latest phones. The trade-in value is the same for the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. The iPhone 11, on the other hand, will only result in savings of $600, which is still sufficient. Google’s Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are also valued at $600 by the South Korean giant.

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Older phones, on the other hand, will contribute much less towards the purchase of the Galaxy S20. For instance, for the iPhone X, you will only get a discount of $300. Luckily for iPhone 6 users, Samsung is offering $200, which is great given that the phone came out in 2015. The condition of your old device will also affect its buyback price, so while you can expect a decent rate for a handset in mint condition, a phone with serious issues such as pixel damage is unlikely to get you a significant discount.

To find out what your existing phone is worth, you can visit Samsung’s website and enter your model name and complete a questionnaire about its condition. Additionally, you can also get Samsung’s latest phones on monthly installments if you’re not comfortable about forking over a minimum of $999 for the Galaxy S20.

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News Source: Softpedia News

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