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Galaxy S20, S20+, S20 Ultra: Best launch deals, pricing, trade-in values, and availability

The Samsung Galaxy S20 lineup is finally here, and it's the most expensive Galaxy S series yet. The entry-level Galaxy S20 starts at $1,000, while the S20+ will set you back $1,200. To top it all off, the S20 Ultra costs $1,400 you might need to sell a kidney for that one.

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Sign up for 2 months of Visible's $40 unlimited data and get a $100 prepaid Mastercard

Verizon-owned carrier Visible recently took the speed limit off of its unlimited data offering all while still charging $40 a month for talk, text, and mobile hotspot service as well. Now, the company is hopping on the Prime Day bandwagon to highlight savings on a couple of its phone. It's also ready to actually give you money if you're willing to try out its network for 2 months — seriously. But there are a couple catches to be aware of...

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Get truly unlimited data for your Pixel 3 or 3a for just $40 on Visible [Sponsored Post]

You've probably heard about Visible by now — it's a new virtual carrier, combining incredibly low prices ($40/month) with coverage backed by Verizon's nationwide 4G LTE network. It has quickly become the best bang for your buck in the wireless industry, and it even works with Google's latest smartphones, the Pixel 3 and 3a.

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Google Messages RCS spotted going live on Simple Mobile, Visible, and Xfinity Mobile

Google chose RCS as the next holy grail of messaging after it shut down Allo and abandoned Hangouts. However, since the Rich Communication Services depend on the mercy of carriers and their specific device support, rollout has been exorbitantly slow, which even lead Google to take the reins and push out RCS in France and the UK using the Messages app (with more markets to follow). In the US, though, that's not the case so far.

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Visible is removing its 5Mbps speed cap, still just $40/mo for unlimited data

Verizon's virtual carrier Visible has always had a compelling offer—just $40 per month for unlimited data. However, it caps LTE speeds at 5Mbps, which limits how much of that "unlimited" data you can use. Starting today, Visible will let customers sign up for uncapped LTE service, and it won't cost anything extra. There's a catch, though. This offer is only available for a limited time.

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The Pixel 3a is on so many carriers and there are so many deals

The Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL have just been announced at Google I/O 2019 and will be on the most carriers in the United States than any other generation of Pixel phone. Google Fi, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, Verizon, and Visible are pegged to sell the phones as early as today for about $400 and $480, respectively. We've got all you need to know about any deals and quirks you should watch for.

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Verizon backed digital only carrier Visible offers unlimited talk, text, internet, and tethering for $40 flat [Sponsored Post]

You may not have heard of Visible, they're a new carrier to the scene here in the 'states, but they've hit the ground running. Much like banks that only exist online, Visible saves you cash by having no retail presence; everything is managed via the company's app. Just $40 a month gets you unlimited access to Verizon's all-encompassing network. And although you might think you're familiar with the concept, Visible is not an MVNO.

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ZTE's first US carrier launch since the export ban is a $99 phone on low-cost carrier 'Visible'

ZTE had a pretty rough 2018 thanks to the US Commerce Department's decision to enforce a suspended export ban against the company. That cut ZTE off from its US-based suppliers, resulting in an almost total shutdown. ZTE agreed to additional corporate changes and paid a new fine to get back in business, but it hasn't launched any new phones on carriers in the US until now. It's first post-shutdown carrier phone isn't exactly a showstopper, but you can get a new ZTE device right now on the Visible.

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[Update: Winner] Giveaway: Win a Galaxy S9 from new digital carrier Visible, which just announced support for Android phones

If you're not familiar with it, Visible is a digital carrier that launched last year. There are no physical stores, no contracts, and no hidden fees — activation and account management is done through an easy-to-use mobile app. The carrier has finally added support for Android devices, and to celebrate, we've partnered with Visible to give away a Samsung Galaxy S9, with two months of Visible service included.

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