Metro is offering the Galaxy A20 for free when switching your number
US-based readers who might want to acquire the Galaxy A20 can now potentially turn to Metro for an attractive deal. As part of its latest back-to-school offer, customers can get one or two Galaxy A20 for free when switching their existing number(s) to Metro’s network. Numbers already activated on T-Mobile or Metro’s network in the past 90 days are not eligible.
The Galaxy A20 normally costs $239.99 off-contract. Once you switch your number to Metro, the phone will get a $239.99 instant rebate, bringing its cost down to zero. The same also applies to the Galaxy A10e which launched last week.
The Galaxy A20 – not to be confused with the newer Galaxy A20e refresh – was introduced by Samsung back in March, but US carriers only recently started bringing it into the country. Metro’s parent company – T-Mobile – is also expected to launch both the Galaxy A10e and Galaxy A20 on July 26. Verizon reportedly has plans for releasing these devices as well, but no concrete launch dates have been revealed yet.
True to the mid-range segment, the Galaxy A20 has a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display with a pixel count of 1,560 by 720. The phone is powered by the Exynos 7885 octa-core chipset, 3 GB of RAM, and has 32GB of storage. The 3.5mm headphone jack and microSD expansion slot are not missing, and the device carries a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.