T-Mobile customers can now get a free Samsung Galaxy A32 5G with a new line
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As if T-Mobile didn't already offer enough great options for bargain hunters, with both the REVVL
V+ 5G and OnePlus Nord
N200 5G available free of charge with any working trade-in starting last Friday
, the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G
is now also cheaper than... literally everything yet again.
But now that the inventory issues are seemingly resolved, you can easily save the entire 282 bucks by activating a new line of service on an "eligible" plan and purchasing the handset with monthly installments.
Said installments would typically set you back $11.75 a pop, which is hardly prohibitive, but after bill credits, you can take that down to $0 sans having to trade anything in or meet any other special conditions.
Of course, some of you might prefer to ditch a raggedy old dumb phone than open a new line of wireless service to be able to score a gratis T-Mobile
device with 5G support, in which case you're obviously free to choose between the OnePlus Nord N200
and REVVL V+
Powered by a relatively potent MediaTek Dimensity 720 processor, the Samsung
Galaxy A32 is without a doubt one of the best budget 5G phones
out there, further packing a sizable 5,000mAh battery with 15W charging capabilities and a decent 4GB RAM while accommodating 64 gigs of data internally and featuring a grand total of four rear-facing cameras including a 48MP primary shooter.