Mobile, AT&T Offer: Buy One Galaxy S7, Get One Free

Mobile, AT&T Offer: Buy One Galaxy S7, Get One Free

Mobile, AT&T Offer: Buy One Galaxy S7, Get One Free

On Wednesday, the South Korean tech giant announced that the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge smartphones will soon be outfitted with a 1.2 megapixel image sensor that "applies its own dual pixel technology", according to the Korea Herald.

According to Kantar Worldpanel, Samsung could help induce consumers to snag the S7 and S7 edge by expanding its new device upgrade program to the United States. The Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge now has an expansion slot.

The new phones feature a refined design, more advanced camera, streamlined software functionality and unparalleled connectivity to a galaxy of products, services, and experiences.

At sale you just pay the taxes on both phones, then after three months you will start receiving up to $695 in credit spread over 30 months. T-Mobile's buy-one -get-one-free offer on the S7/S7 Edge Galaxy handsets means that customers can buy an S7 for no money down or an S7 Edge for $59.99 down, while getting the second device for free after a rebate via a prepaid debit card.

This deal can also be combined with other T-Mobile deals. In fact, both phones need to be on a Next plan.

Samsung expects the Galaxy S7 series to play a decisive role in revitalizing sales as the company's mobile business division has remained well below its heyday figures. The phone is the successor to last year's Samsung Galaxy S6 and as expected, it picks up from where the company left off last year's flagship, coming in with improvements in performance as well as new features.

If you want to get a Gear S2 classic with your new smartphones, you can get it at $17/month for 24 months or $399.99 on a one-time payment.

The latest Samsung flagships will be available from T-Mobile starting at $699 or a $28 per month installment plan for 24 months in Black Onyx, Silver Titanium, and Gold Platinum colors.


When compared to what AT&T is offering, it seems T-Mobile took a simpler approach to things.

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