T-Mobile reveals Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G price, begins taking orders for Tab S7 and S7+ 5G

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If you’ve been waiting for T-Mobile’s pricing info for the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G, today’s your day.

T-Mobile today revealed that the Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G will cost $599.99 down and $58.34 per month for 24 months on an Equipment Installment Plan. It’ll also be available for $1,999.99 full retail price. The Z Fold 2 5G will be available online and in stores tomorrow, September 18.

Samsung’s new flagship foldable may not be cheap, but T-Mobile is launching two new deals to help you save some cash on them. First up, you can save $500 off the Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G with 24 monthly bill credits when you trade in an eligible device.

If you’re looking to get a Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G for yourself and for a friend, you can buy one Z Fold 2 5G and get a second one for half off with 24 monthly bill credits when you activate a new line of service.

In addition to the Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G, T-Mobile is launching the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 5G and Tab S7+ 5G. Both models are available today, with pricing starting at $129.99 down and $30 per month for 24 months or $849.99 full retail price for the Galaxy Tab S7 5G. The bigger Tab S7+ 5G is priced at $329.99 down and $30 per month for 24 months or $1,049.99 full retail price.

Now that we’ve got info on T-Mobile’s pricing for these new Samsung devices, are you thinking about picking one of them up?

Sources: T-Mobile, Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 5G, Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ 5G

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  • Verizonthunder

    Samsung financing is way better than what T-mobile offers.
    Also, I’m loving my Samsung galaxy z fold 2 5g on T-Mobile, you will not be disappointed. I received mine yesterday early afternoon.

    • drcaveman

      Agreed. Especially if it gets added to the subscription plan, Samsung Access, like they did with the Note 20 and S20. I already decided that My Note 10+ is the last phone I ever lease or Finance from T-Mobile.

      • Verizonthunder

        Also, exclusive bundle deal on classic 3 and live beans earbuds for $250.

  • Vizzy

    I prefer T-Mobile leasing whenever I don’t want the phone I just pay for the taxes up front and I get a new phone. I never pay a down payment

    • Verizonthunder

      Well, this device is not for the average consumer. It’s a lux device.

      • Mike

        True, it’s priced for the oligarchy.

        • Verizonthunder

          Not really if you actually know how to utilize the device. It’s perfect for my needs from corporate work, Java coding, html coding, emulators with roms own personally, and personal use. This device has been a life saver for my hectic life.

  • Manbearpig

    I really hope rumors hold out for an SPen version next year. I’ll gladly pay $2,000 for that

    • Verizonthunder

      Expect the price to increase

      • Manbearpig

        Oh I know I’m looking for buyers for my first born lol

      • Mike

        Of course, because people can’t wait. I got to have it first mentality.

        • Verizonthunder

          This is the second generation and Samsung listened to the users feedback.

        • Mike

          I hope the feedback wasn’t to raise prices, although they did that anyhow.

        • Verizonthunder

          By $20 usd… considering whats in the device. After three years of owning an iPhone. I’m extremely happy so far.

        • Mike

          I guess my original take on these phones is accurate with the pricing. Trouble is the cell carriers are trying to make tons on a phone sale too.. 300 to Samsung, 200 or more to the cell carriers, so half the cost of this stuff is just for profit. Not to even mention any kick backs.

    • Mike

      2000, heck 1000 is to high now.

  • mreveryphone

    Picking one up tomorrow. This device is too nice to pass up! Getting the Tab S7+ as well! Christmas is coming early!

    • Verizonthunder

      Great choice, my mystic bronze z fold 2 arrived early yesterday afternoon. I have not stopped using the device (currently typing on z fold 2 open). It’s so worth it.

      • mreveryphone

        One question before I get mine tomorrow… Is it usable as a hard-core daily driver?

        • Verizonthunder

          I’ve used my phone off and on moderate use and was at 42 % after 9 hrs from work and travel. Though if you play celtic heroes or pubg… With phone open the battery will last maybe 5.5hrs probably

        • mreveryphone

          Thanks! I’m going all in on this one. Selling my Note 20 Ultra.

        • Verizonthunder

          Just note from tech reviewers the cameras are similar to s20 plus which is not bad but, note 20 ultra and s 20 ultra tops on camera performance. Overall, I’m extremely happy here and massive upgrade across the board for me.

    • dcmanryan

      Tomorrow T-Mobile is giving away another free line so use that as the added line and get a discount if available.

      • Vizzy

        What type of discount?

        • mreveryphone

          If you trade in a device or do the bogo half off deal

        • dcmanryan

          Same as 3 months ago. Free voice line with data no strings attached. Google T-Mobile free line 9/18/2020. It’s all over Reddit and Slickdeals.

      • mreveryphone

        Will be definitely adding another free line as well tomorrow!

  • Note20UltraIsBoss

    TabS7Plus 5G will be joining my Note20Ultra 5G, Note10Plus, and OnePlus7Pro can’t wait.

  • Mike

    At those high prices, you can just keep them. No phone should be 1000.00. But I’m sure there will be those who rush out and pay that amount, thanks for creating the cause

    • mreveryphone

      This is not a phone. It’s innovation and it’s not for the monetary conscious…

      • Mike

        And what makes it so innovative? Certainly not because of a network mode 5g. Rough paying an extra 500 just for that.

        • mreveryphone

          The fact that it folds! Lol

        • Mike

          Lol, I wonder if they warranty how many times it can fold without breaking?

        • Verizonthunder

          Look at first gen to second gen

        • Mike

          Well prices should go down with the new technology. They are making them as cheap as can be, but they do perform well.

        • Verizonthunder

          The parts are not cheap and Qualcomm processors are expensive. For example the Nvidia gtx 3080 that was on-sale today for $699 sold out completely. Nvidia controls top tier graphics cards for pc gaming.

        • Mike

          Well that is a pretty good price compared to a new phone. Obviously that’s full retail.price.

        • Verizonthunder

          The price ranges are extreme in Nvidia but, they have an audience just like Samsung with high spec devices.

        • marque2

          There are stories that Nvidia purposefully underproduced that card.

    • steveb944

      I agree, but you missed a grand. This one is $2k. The down payment is the cost of a regular phone.

      • Mike

        Agree, I did miss the down payment part, so 2k.. geez that is bad. It’s just like those over priced toys at Christmas. Haha.

  • I’ll be getting a Microsoft Surface Duo in a couple of weeks. Using a combination of Microsoft Store points I earned with Bing / Xbox and a discount I had saved, I’m able to get it for less than $1k. It’s more useful to me to have a device with two screens made for multi-tasking instead of just an overpriced foldable tablet.

    Even without the discount and points, I can get a Duo and an Android or Windows tablet for far less money than a Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 and have more functionality.

    But to each their own.

    • mreveryphone

      Duo looks nice but they skimmed on features. I’ll see what the Duo 2 brings before jumping into that pond

    • Mike

      A phone for 1000 is high, better towards a tablet or laptop.

    • steadymobb

      make sure to read reviews. Software is getting annihilated

  • Andre R…

    Does it state what the eligible devices are for trade in?

  • nikolas ostropolskiy

    T-Mobile needs to stop tripping with these super high down payments for well qualified customers… They always drop to 0 down after a month when they realize no one is actually buying.

    • mreveryphone

      They don’t make money on the phones they make money on the service. In order to protect the business they only finance a certain amount. That at least reassures them that the customer will stay if they pay something into the phone espically since these phone are getting more expensive.

  • superg05

    THATS CHEAPER THAN I WAS EXPECTING IM HAPPY☺ THOUGHT IT WAS GONNA BE A THOUSAND AT A MINIMUM 750

  • Verizonthunder

    People need to remember this device is not for the common user. The person seeking this device requires something more unique that is demanding for several aspects of real life. It’s also a statement piece and Samsung listened to a lot of feed back regarding to refinements. People expecting under a thousand for this device… Is not Samsungs target audience. You as the user must know what you seek out of any device. If you want something cheaper try Swappa or save up. Hope this incite helps.

  • Verizonthunder

    For those who want a quick review since I own the Z fold 2… Here are five things I’ve liked so far.

    1. Battery life – as Marques Brownlee mentioned in his observation, “because of the screen being large on the front screen. Battery life has improved in part due to 60hz on front display.”
    2. 120hz screen… It’s mind blowing how much I’ve been missing in videos and gaming.
    3. High res selfie trick- when you want to take a selfie in high res. When phone is closed, tap on the top right corner icon that should inform you about high res selfies. The device will then instruct you to open the phone and allows access to touching the photo set up on the front screen. My recommendation is to set for 5 sec timer to practice and you have to activate night mode in menu.
    4. Performance – when playing video games (celtic heroes) for an hour. The device only got soft warm and no loss in performance.
    5. Network connection grab – the signal grabbing ability with this device has been night and day compared to my old phone (iPhone x Qualcomm global edition). 5g or lte + has been impressively. Even during my lunch hour (worse time in my work area) I was pulling 56.3 mbps and 16.9mbps upload.

  • thegreatone

    called tmo yesterday and today, crazy how they still as of today have no idea of the pricing (customer service line). I’m in a unique position (maybe im not lol) that my job pays for my phone line – equipment and data. So for me, as i told the tmobile cs rep today, the down payment is where I would need to be as low as possible as I dont mind my bill being high because my company will take care of it. This is where when I checked att and verizon’s sites, they have this listed for the option of 0 down. Mind you, I can and still would put about 300 down for this phone so my company isn’t stuck paying the whole cost for this, but from what this post says (even though tmobile reps ive spoken to today themselves have no idea of pricing) almost 600 down regardless. Sucks. I love t-mobile, been with them 8 years but this new job paying my phone bill would have me gravitate towards paying as less down as possible. I even told the tmo lady today i didnt want to go to att but she said im in a situation where paying the least down makes the most sense given the nature of my position. anyways, just wanted to have a mini rant i guess haha still super excited about this phone!

    • Mike

      Good phone probably, but oh so bad price, whether you pay or your employer pays, that amount down is crazy, let alone monthly payments in that range. Good luck, maybe you can be one that said you had it first.

      • thegreatone

        assuming you’re bring sarcastic with the one saying “you had it first” – why the sentiment? Whoever wants to get it first, so be it. Everyone has different budgets and to you it may seem like a ‘bad price’, but to me or someone else, it may seem okay or not bad. Just saying that it’s subjective to everyone, no need to come off as negative towards it to the people who are willing to spend on it. Personally, if I were paying for this out of pocket, I would wait until the price dropped. But I don’t mind spending $300 total for this phone, because that’s what my cost will be, $300. Again, just my opinion here and my choice to get it. Regardless, really exciting phone.

        • Mike

          I’m just making an opinion about these phones, it’s not just one that i mention but a couple. Yes people will like the phone at any price, but sure as people hype these products up so does the price because these companies know how to market these things towards people’s behaviors. That’s why most new phones come out now, to beat the Christmas rush. All im.saying is the more that people pay the higher price the more likely the next will be even higher.

  • ” J.D. “

    Another big price tag , which doesn’t include tax or ins. As far as sales accordingly to sources is not meeting Samsung expectations . I called 3 X about the no money down on the note 20 ultra > Galaxy S20 Ultra 128GB for $0 down and $58.34 per month, and even though I am a qualified customer they said 39 per month with like 599 down plus tax and Ins.
    Thats crazy for a phone I think Samsung boxed themselves in a corner and T-Mobile should do something to reduce these crazy down payments especially for qualified customers that’s been with them over 12 yr’s

    • Philly Jim

      Been with Them for 20 They could care less anymore.

    • Verizonthunder

      Samsung offered zero down on top of 36 or 48 0%apr financing and people who received a pre-order was able to pick up instant credit back. As for T-mobile, it’s more of a liability especially the cost of each device. I would suspect only in select stores and supplies limited in person. People are not good with money and even with credit check… People mess up.

    • Vizzy

      Some people have to pay 1250 down, terrible

  • Vizzy

    Just finished doing my upgrade came out to 777 with taxes and fees LOL

    • Quenton Green

      imma go into the store to do a trade in to knock off some of that price.

    • mike hernandez

      734 for me,. i was charged this morning got over night, hope it ships soon

      • Vizzy

        Got overnight also, pretty sure it ships Monday the 21st and I’ll have it by Tuesday.what sucks no cases anywhere smh

        • mike hernandez

          did they charge your card yet?

        • Vizzy

          Yep on the phone with the rep automatically 777.49

        • mike hernandez

          nice hopefully movement soon

        • mike hernandez

          i was told they dont charge until they ship

        • Vizzy

          There’s a promo for $200 back if you purchase a 5g phone, want more details? Worked for me

        • mike hernandez

          sure yeaa let me know

        • outguerra

          what offer is this im interested.

    • mreveryphone

      I ordered as well because I wanted the bronze but all the stores around me got black. I choose overnight shipping and it’s supposed to be here Monday.