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September 26, 2015

Samsung will pay your installment plan until 2016 if you buy a Galaxy phone (US only)

by John_A

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Competition is fierce in the mobile industry and Samsung is really urging to sell some devices! So much that they are willing to pay part of the phone if you switch to any of their latest handsets! Interested? Of course you are.

Here’s how it works. Eligible users are those who buy a Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Ede+ or Galaxy Note 5 on an installment plan or lease. Samsung will then give customers a rebate amounting for the full price of your installment payments up until 2016 comes around. You just have to go through an online claim.

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The only issue is that there’s a $120 limit, but iPhone users can take this deal to the next level. Apple smartphone users can simply pre-register and trade-in their iPhone to get an extra $100 on Google Play Store credit. The process is simple, just head over to the Samsung Promotions page from the eligible iPhone (iPhone 4s and newer) and enter your email. You can then simply turn in your device and get a Galaxy phone from your carrier.

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As you can expect, this is only a US offer. Another huge caveat is that for some reason AT&T customers are not qualified. Here the terms and conditions, just in case you need to catch all the small print. Most of it is pretty straight forward, though.

Are any of you signing up? If you are not sure which phone to get, remember we have our reviews on the Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Galaxy Note 5. Go check them out and hit the comments to tell us which one you are getting.


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