Samsung Galaxy S7 has less than two months in the market before it gets replaced by the much-hyped Galaxy S8 and as usual, promotions have started coming in fast.
The South Korean tech giant is looking to sell as many Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge handsets as possible in readiness of the upcoming Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. Last month, we saw the company’s UK division start offering a free Samsung Gear Fit 2 to anyone who bought the Galaxy S7 Edge and now it’s the turn of the flat screen Galaxy S7 alongside the rugged Galaxy S7 Active to get an almost equal treat. Still, the popular Galaxy S7 Edge has not been left out of the latest deal.
Apparently, buying yourself a new Samsung Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge or the AT&T-exclusive Galaxy S7 Active will earn you a free Samsung EVO+ microSD card of 256GB in storage. Usually, this external storage unit will set you back an impressive $249.99. This is a good deal indeed, but be warned that the price of the phones will remain unchanged. In addition, this deal is only active until February 14, so make sure you take advantage of it before it expires.
The deal will apply in just about any plan, be it paying for the phone in full, lease it, installment or even 2-year contracts. In addition, you don’t have to worry about where you buy the phone as Samsung notes that the deal will remain as long as the Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge is purchased via any of its retail partners and carriers. In case you decide on getting the phone via the company’s Shop Samsung app or online store, you should be able to see the freebie added to your cart when time to check out comes.
If you buy any of the three Samsung Galaxy S7 variants from a carrier or Samsung’s retail partner, make sure that you submit the offer claim before the 21st day of this month. Once everything is verified, you should be able to receive your free 256GB microSD card from the company.
Samsung has also warned that it will not be giving out more than 75,000 units of the said EVO+ microSD card, so make sure you hurry to grab your chance. Also, note that this offer is only available to those in the U.S.
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