Burger King Launch New App By Offering Free On-Contract Smartphones

Everyone has their favorite Burger Joint. If you are based in San Diego then big shout out to JK's. That said, in terms of the national offerings, there is only one king of burgers. Burger King that is. If you are a BK fan then you might want to know they have a new app which just hit the Play Store. So now you can literally download your coupons and use in-store. Not to mention, you can pay using NFC. Oh yeah, and you can also now pick up a smartphone next time you are picking up a Whopper or BK King.

Woah, hold up! Pick up a smartphone in BK? Well, yes, Sort of. It seems BK have come up with quite a novel way to advertise their new app. BK are offering customers (actually everyone) the opportunity to buy a smartphone on a two-year contract. The best part of the promotion is that all the phones they have listed, are free. So nothing to pay down or pay off. Just obviously the two-year contract that you sign up for. Of course, before you all head straight over to the source link below and try and buy a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 or Google Nexus 6, you do need to know none of the flagship devices are included. Instead, the phones on offer are all midrange(ish) devices. That said, they are free.

To give you a few examples of what's on offer. Available to buy now for free, is the Samsung Galaxy S4, Galaxy S4 Mini, HTC One E8, LG G3 Vigor, LG G2 and Droid Ultra. However, if you are looking for a more interesting option then you could go for one of the three Kyocera options (Brigadier, Torque and Hydro) or even the Sharp Aquos Crystal. So they are not the best phones but at the same time not bad ones either. It is also worth noting that all of the contracts seem to only be available either via Sprint or Verizon. If you are interested or just want to check out the promotion to hit the source link below. If you want to download the app and start getting those BK coupons then click here to head over to the Play Store.

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