As the battle for the top spot in the carrier industry heats up, T-Mobile has resorted to offering one of the best-selling Samsung phones – the Galaxy S7 – on a buy-one-get-one-free deal.
If you are a T-Mobile user in search of a new phone, this could be the perfect opportunity for you to get one of the best handsets released in 2016. However, you might want to be quick in making the decision as the deal is limited to time. The BOGO offer begun 6:00AM PT on Friday, November 11th and will be coming to a conclusion at 11:59PM PT on Sunday, November 13th. You still have some hours before the deal runs off, so hurry while it still lasts.
To take advantage of the deal, T-Mobile demands that you first buy a Samsung Galaxy S7 on its Equipment Installment Plan (EIP) and you will then be offered a second S7 for free following 2-year credits. Furthermore, the phone must be on an active line.
Samsung Galaxy S7 has been here for months now and in fact, there is more talk about the yet-to-be-released Galaxy S8 than the former. A lot of expectations has been placed on the upcoming Samsung flagship, especially since the Galaxy Note 7 failed to live up to what was required. Nonetheless, the S8’s predecessor is still a worthy phone to have, considering it carries all the latest hardware and software you can think of as far as Android smartphones are concerned.
Just as a reminder, you get a 5.1-inch Super AMOLED screen with QHD resolution and Always ON display. Under the hood, Samsung Galaxy S7 has a Snapdragon 820 SoC alongside a RAM of 4GB. These are paired with 32GB of inbuilt storage and a microSD card slot. Samsung went for a 12MP sensor on the back and a 5MP snapper on the front and in terms of battery power, you get a non-removable unit of 3000mAh.
The models sold by T-Mobile are pre-loaded with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, but Samsung has recently opened up a beta program for Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge users, meaning the new Android 7.0 Nougat is just around the corner.
Keep in mind that T-Mobile values the Galaxy S7 at $689.99.
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