OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren and Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G launch today at T-Mobile

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After flipping the switch on its new 5G network earlier this week, T-Mobile today officially launched its two newest 5G smartphones.

The OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren and Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G are now available in T-Mobile stores. Pricing for the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren is $0 down and $37.50 per month for 24 months or $899.99 full retail. The Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is available for $0 down and $36.12 per month for 36 months or $1,299.99 full retail.

If you’d rather upgrade using JUMP! On Demand, you can expect to pay $77.99 down and $36 per month for 18 months for the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren. The Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is priced at $279.99 down and $42 per month for 18 months through JOD.

T-Mobile is also offering some deals to make it easier for you to treat yourself to a new 5G phone. You can get the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren for free with monthly bill credits when you switch to T-Mo, buy it with monthly payments, and trade in a qualifying phone:

  • iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 5G, Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 9, Google Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, OnePlus 7 Pro, LG G8

Customers can also get up to $300 off the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren when they trade in a qualifying device:

  • $300 off: iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy Note 9, Google Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Pixel 3a, Pixel 3a XL, OnePlus 7 Pro
  • $200 off: iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6s Plus, Galaxy S8, Galaxy Note 8, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, OnePlus 6T, OnePlus 6, OnePlus 5, LG V40, LG G7
  • $100 off: iPhone 6s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S6, Galaxy Note 5, Pixel, Pixel XL, OnePlus 5T

If you’re interested in the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G, you can get get one for free when you buy a Galaxy Note 10+ 5G and add a line (or two lines for new customers). Buy both phones on a monthly payment plan and you’ll get monthly bill credits to cover the cost of the second device.

T-Mo is also offering a deal that’ll get you up to 50% off the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G if you don’t want to add a line. Just buy the Note 10+ 5G on a monthly payment plan and trade in one of the following devices:

  • $650 off: iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 5G, Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 9, Google Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, OnePlus 7 Pro, LG G8
  • $450 off: iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6s Plus, Galaxy S8 series, Galaxy Note 8, Pixel 3a, Pixel 3a XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, OnePlus 6T, OnePlus 6, OnePlus 5, LG V40, LG G7
  • $250 off: iPhone 6s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, Galaxy S7 series, Galaxy S6, Galaxy Note 5, Pixel, Pixel XL, OnePlus 5T

T-Mobile also announced today that it’s running a #5GFlexContest that’ll see the carrier give away four OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren phones. From today through December 22nd, early adopters can “flex” their 5G early adopter status by posting to social media with the hashtag #5GFlexContest and tagging a friend. Four winners will be selected to get a free OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren.

Now that they’ve officially launched, are you going to buy a OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren or Galaxy Note 10+ 5G? If so, let us know what kind of 5G speeds you’re getting!

Sources: OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren, Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G

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  • Alex Pilaia

    The only 5G phones are $1299 and $899 (Laughing at Samsung for theirs being so much more expensive then 1+)… Hope this is not the direction of future 5G phones. I understand the 1st ones are expensive, since their are no other options. But if Tmo wants customers to get on the 5G path, they need to have some BOGO deals on 5G phones, without adding a new line.

    • CHUCK TROTTER

      I AGREE ALEX I DONT LIKE THE ADD A NEW LINE

  • tendoboy1984

    OnePlus is always great deal, same high-end specs at a lower cost. Why pay $1300 for a Samsung when you can get a OnePlus for $900 and get better value for the money?

    I got the S10E for $750 and it’s a great phone, but OnePlus offers more for the money.

    Samsung (and Apple) need to lower their prices to compete better.

    • Exactly. I’ve used Samsung devices before and they’re a ripoff compared to OnePlus. I’m using the OnePlus 7 Pro and am blown away by the great specs for such a low price.

      • tendoboy1984

        The S10E is $750 with the same high end specs as the regular S10. How is that a ripoff?

  • CHUCK TROTTER

    12.6.19
    I PRE ORDERED THE NOTE 10+ 5G HOWEVER SAY WILL NOT ARRIVE TILL 12.11.19 UPS. TRADED IN MY G7 FOR 450. 1300-450 = 850 COST OF PHONE. WILL TEST TO SEE IF I AM ANY BETTER OFF THAN THE LG G7 FOR SPEED.

    • Alex Pilaia

      Obviously you will. The processor is completely different than ur G7… Cant even compare it. Its like comparing Goku regular to Goku Super Saiyan Level 3 lol

  • Mark McCoskey

    Looking for more speedtest posted on Twitter to see if speed boost is sufficient to justify a purchase. My phone is my home broadband, so a doubling in download speed, or more, would work out nice.

    • CHUCK TROTTER

      HEY MARK I ALSO USE THE PHONE FOR THE HOME NETWORK. IN MY AREA MY PHONE THE G7 WILL USE BAND 71 HOWEVER MOSTLY CONNECTS ON BAND 2. I TO AM WANTING TO SEE SOME FASTER SPEEDS

    • AA-Ron

      Apparently when using phone as a hotspot with 5g phones it switches to LTE. G

      • Mark McCoskey

        That defeats the purpose. Thanks!

  • J.J.

    Just got the One Plus 5G. Where I work in Los Angeles I am getting 15-17 download on iPhone 11. The new One Plus 5G is around 75 download. Will test later at home in Pasadena where I get much faster LTE. Also the signal strength is much better.

    • Gary

      Please share more speedtest results. Thanks! What about hotspot? Do you get 4g LTE after you run out of 5G quota.

  • Jay Holm

    Anyone who has either of these phones, speedtests, and location pleeeeease!!!

  • J.J.

    Update. So far have not see any crazy 5G speed but compare to my iPhone 11, speed is 3X faster. More important is that I get better signal. Where my iPhone that have weak signal ( 1bar & less than 1 MB speed) Now I have better signal and around 15 MB when show 5G.

  • Matt Macaluso

    Issues out of the box. Seems like it can’t keep a solid connection to the sim. Keeps going back and forth between sim interred and not.

    • Trevnerdio

      Which phone?

      • Matt Macaluso

        OP7TP McLaren.

        • Trevnerdio

          Hmm, that’s a bummer. I have had a couple of issues with mine, but it’s mostly flip flopping back and forth between LTE and 5G, which is to be expected this early. I’m holding out for software updates, though. I like the phone otherwise. Sorry about your issues!

    • KOLIO

      I had the same problem on opening day.
      Call customer care & they’ll refresh your signal (or whatever it is they do on their end).Theyll also have you reset your data settings.

      That seems to have fixed the issue.
      Perhaps just resetting the data settings (& shutting down the phone for a couple of minutes & rebooting the phone) did the trick on its own,could give it a shot before calling customer care.

  • scrabble a

    OnePlus.. at home 5g speed test is slower compared to lte on old phone…phone is nice though

    • Trevnerdio

      Oh no, don’t tell me that D; Tallahassee doesn’t even have 5G yet because it’s part of the March repack, but I’m not looking forward to that heartbreak…

  • kanakamaoli

    Anyone with the oneplus? Does it come with a screen protector? The international one does that’s why I’m asking
    Thanks

    • scrabble a

      No protector, only case

      • kanakamaoli

        Thanks

    • argenys

      I used to get screen protectors but haven’t in the last 2-3 years, I just buy a cheap clear silicon case and that’s it. I don’t even own the phones because of JOD but I’ve had zero issues. I don’t take care of my phone very carefully and still i don’t get scratches because the glass tech has just gotten so good. I remember the days that lint/dust could scratch your screens.

  • Craig D

    Was hoping for a better deal to trade in my 6t, but I’m going to hold off. Even though it’s an awesome phone and would probably be able to use 5g in Chicagoland.

  • J.J.

    Overall Oneplus is a nice upgrade from iPhone 11. Most the time speed is 2 -3 times faster then iPhone even if both on 4G LTE. (Base on where I live and work, Pasadena / Los Angeles). The 5G coverage map is pretty accurate by using TM retail store tools. They can zoom in to detail street and even tell you where are the 5G towers. The 5G map on TM website does not show you anything. So if anyone want to purchase 5G phones, best is stop by retail store and have them show you the real 5G map.

  • Anthony Garrett

    Incase anyone didn’t know neither of these phone support all 3 tiers of 5G just one so true 5G speeds and coverage won’t be seen or reached until next year with more upgrades to towers and newer phones.

    • argenys

      My thing is that phones that support all 3 will likely not be much cheaper than these phones because of the extra tech for most if not all of 2020. And mid band isn’t touching the majority of people since it’s currently only available in 9 major cities in the US and that’s it. I know it will be expanded but not really until the merger is fully done and investments are made. I’d wager 2021 is when prices, coverage and tech will start to make real sense. Anyone who wants better speeds now will not gain much from waiting until next year. If you want it now just upgrade now.

  • Deez Nutz

    Those with the 1+7TP5GME from T-Mobile, is it only single SIM or is it dual SIM like when you buy other phones directly from OnePlus? Thanks!

    • KOLIO

      Single SIM.
      Guessing at some point, the MSM tool will be available to convert the software over to the international version & you can order a Dual SIM tray from eBay, etc… & utilize the 2nd SIM, just as with the T-Mobile versions of the 6T & 7Pro.

  • sergeiserdyuk

    Can somebody here explain what 600Mhz 5G means for 600Mhz LTE? TMO’s official 5G map shows blanket coverage in my area. Do they deploy it alongside with 600Mhz LTE? Is someone with 600Mhz LTE device going to benefit from 600MHz 5G deployment?