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Samsung Itself Offering T-Mobile Galaxy S8 BOGO

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May 22, 2017, 12:45 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @zeman_e

Samsung has rolled out a simpler and more direct buy-one, get-one offer for the Galaxy S8 smartphone. Under the terms of Samsung's deal, customers must buy two Galaxy S8 handsets for full price and activate at least one on T-Mobile's network via Samsung.com. Samsung will then issue a rebate for up to $750 to cover the cost of one Galaxy S8 within seven to 10 days after the purchase is made. The rebate is applied as a refund directly to the original payment method, excluding taxes, shipping, or other fees. T-Mobile's buy-one, get-one offer, in comparison, requires new/upgrading customers to sign up for its monthly installment plan for both devices and wait up to eight weeks for a rebate card that can be applied to the second device. Samsung's offer lets customers pay off the second phone almost immediately. Moreover, it can be combined with the free entertainment kit offer, which includes the Gear VR with Controller headset and six free months of Netflix.

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May 22, 2017, 2:40 PM

Samsung Promotion

The promotion no longer includes the Gear VR with controller. You get a headset, 64GB memory card and the 6 months of Netflix.

http://samsungpromotions.com/entertainmentkit.html »
 
 
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