Sprint Offers Free Samsung TV With Galaxy Smartphone Purchase


As this is the Holiday season and Christmas is only a matter of days away, it would be expected that there are a number of deals to be had. In fact, it was only a couple of days ago when Samsung announced that if you purchase their latest tablet, the Galaxy Tab S2 in December, you can also get a year's worth of Netflix for free. Well, the carriers are not ones to be missing out on deal season as they will be hoping to start the new year with a bunch of new customers. Well, if you are of the Sprint persuasion or if you are thinking about moving over to Sprint, then it is worth taking note of a deal the company has just announced.

In short, if you buy one of a select few Samsung handsets from Sprint, they will give you a Samsung TV for free. The freebie comes in the form of a 32-inch Samsung LED J4000 TV and can be picked up with the purchase of either a Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Purchases of any of the Samsung smartphones listed can be matched to either Sprint Lease, Sprint Easy Pay, through a newly signed two-year contract and also if purchased outright.


In terms of the when and the how, the deal has not yet fully kicked off but will be available starting from this Friday (December 18th) and will run for about a week with the promotion coming to a close on December 24th. As well as new customers, the promotion is also open to existing customers who upgrade their device or add a new line on a qualifying plan. For those who do take part in the promotion, to claim the free TV, a claim form will have had to of been filled in and submitted by December 31st. The announcement details that the claim will then be fulfilled in the next four to six weeks. As to be expected, this deal is only open to consumers in the U.S. Those interested in finding out more about the promotion can read the full Sprint press release by heading through the source link below.

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