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Smart is officially kicking-off pre-orders for the Smart 5G-certified Samsung Galaxy Note20 Series at smart.com.ph/note20 from August 7 to 16, 2020.

Galaxy Note20 Series will be available on Smart Signature Plans which recently introduced Korean superstar Son Ye Jin as its endorser, embodying the brand’s main goal of providing a simplified postpaid experience along with a prioritized, worry-free, and elevated lifestyle for its customers.

Galaxy Note20 Series is best paired with Smart Signature Device Plan L, which comes with 15GB Data, Unli On-Net calls, 100 Minutes of AnyNet Calls and Unli AnyNet Texts.

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Smart Note20 Ultra 5GUnder Plan L, the Note20 Ultra 5G is available at a special pre-order rate of PhP3,199 per month with a one-time cash-out of PhP15,020.

Smart Note20 5GOn the other hand, subscribers who have successfully signed up for the Note20 5G shall take home FREE Samsung Galaxy Buds+ worth PhP6,990 which can be redeemed here.

Smart 5G-certified

The Samsung Galaxy Note20 Series expands the lineup of Smart 5G-certified devices that are available with Smart Signature Plans.

In this initial phase of Smart 5G commercial deployment, Smart Signature, Infinity, and other Smart postpaid subscribers can enjoy super-fast Smart 5G data service in select business districts within Metro Manila using Smart-certified handsets with 5G-activated SIMs.

These areas include the Makati Central Business District (CBD), Bonifacio Global City CBD, Araneta City, SM Megamall and Mall of Asia Bay Arena. Smart 5G is also being rolled out in key high-traffic areas such as North Avenue in Quezon City and Taft Avenue in Manila, as well as in Ortigas CBD, and Clark Green City in Pampanga.

Both the Note20 Ultra 5G and Note20 5G also connect to Smart LTE, the country’s fastest mobile data network according to third-party mobile analytics firms, including Ookla and Opensignal.

Pre-order the Galaxy Note20 Series at smart.com.ph/note20. To learn more about Smart 5G, you may visit 5g.smart.

Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.