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Xfinity Black Friday Deals: Free Year of Unlimited Data & Free Samsung Galaxy A54 5G

Xfinity Mobile Black Friday 2023 Deals
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Xfinity Mobile has launched its Black Friday deals, highlighted by an offer for a free Samsung Galaxy A54 5G, and buy one $30 unlimited line get one free for a year. There are other deals as well including get $800 off select 5G phones with trade-in or $500 off without trade-in. An Xfinity Internet subscription is required to get each deal. As with every deal, there is additional fine print.

Free Samsung Galaxy A54 5G Offer Fine Print

The Samsung Galaxy A54 5G offer is for new customers who port a number into Xfinity Mobile and activate service within 30 days of purchasing the phone. The Samsung Galaxy A54 5G will be free by way of monthly bill credits. The 128GB model phone is normally priced at $449.99 or $18.74/month. No trade in is required to get the offer, and no specific phone plan from Xfinity is required either.

As an alternative deal, the Google Pixel 7 is also free under the same terms and conditions. However, at the time of this writing, the Google Pixel 7 is sold out.

$800 Off With Trade-In, $500 Off Without Trade-In Phone Deals

Xfinity Mobile's trade-in offers and those that don't require a trade-in have the same basic fine print.

Devices must be purchased and activated on a 24-month Xfinity Mobile Device Payment Plan Agreement. Subscribers must also port-in to Xfinity Mobile from another carrier within 30-days of purchasing their devices. Device discounts will come by way of 24 monthly bill credits. If a line gets canceled for any reason, or subscribers attempt to pay off their device balances early in any way, any remaining monthly device credits that they have will be forfeited. Customers trading in a device must do so within 21 days of device shipment date.

The up to $800 off with trade-in and $500 off offer is available for the following devices:

  • iPhone 15 Pro Max
  • iPhone 15 Pro
  • iPhone 15 Plus
  • iPhone 15
  • iPhone 14 Plus
  • iPhone 14 (free with trade-in)
  • iPhone 13 (free with trade-in)
  • Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra
  • Samsung Galaxy S23+
  • Samsung Galaxy S23 (free with trade-in)
  • Samsung Galaxy S23 Fe (free with trade-in)
  • Google Pixel 8 Pro
  • Google Pixel 8 (free with trade-in)
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5
  • Motorola Razr (free with trade-in)
  • iPhone 12 (free with trade-in)
  • iPhone 14 Pro Max
  • iPhone 14 Pro
  • Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
  • Samsung Galaxy S22+ (free with trade-in)
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4
  • Google Pixel 7 Pro (free with trade-in)
  • Samsung Galaxy S22 (free with trade-in)

The offers are scheduled to be available at least until 12/5/23.

Buy One Unlimited Line Get One Free For A Year

Xfinity Mobile is running a buy one $30/month Unlimited Intro line get one line free for a year deal. This is a bit more of a restrictive offer as it's only for Xfinity Internet customers that have been active for more than 90-days. Despite this restriction, BestMVNO recently called the offer one of the best cheap cell phone plans available for couples. The value of the plan is hard to beat as long as you are in a market served by Xfinity and are willing to maintain Xfinity Internet service. Without maintaining Internet service, an additional $25/month line fee applies.

The $30/month Unlimited Intro plan from Xfinity Mobile comes with unlimited talk, text, and data. Data speeds are reduced to 1.5Mbps download and 750Kbps upload after 20GB of high-speed data is used in a billing cycle. However, data used while connected to Verizon’s Ultra Wideband network does not count towards the high-speed data cap. Mobile hotspot usage is allowed but limited to speeds of 600Kbps. After the year is up, customers will pay $60/month combined for the two lines. Taxes and fees are extra.

The BOGO Unlimited Intro line offer is scheduled to be available at least until 1/10/24.

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