T-Mobile Confirms Galaxy S7, S7 Edge BOGO Program & More

Samsung's newest flagship phones are about to hit the mass market in two days, but not everybody will be willing to put away more than $600, especially if someone has to get more than one device for the family. If this is your case, T-Mobile has just announced that they will be offering a buy-one-get-one special promotion on the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, meaning that users will get a second device free after purchasing one of these, and being eligible for the extra bonus. The news leaked a couple of days ago and most details of the promo were revealed, but now its official.

In order to be eligible for getting a device for free, the user has to pick a 32 GB Galaxy S7 for $0 down payment, or a 32 GB Galaxy S7 Edge for $59.99 down, activate a line and sign a 24-month finance agreement with T-Mobile. With the US carriers only getting the 32GB model, there won't be any other choices for the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. The value for the new device will be given as a prepaid MasterCard rebate card and can be used to get another phone of equal or lesser value. If getting another device for free is not enough, T-Mobile is offering a lot more to bring you into their Un-carrier initiative. Through March 18th, Galaxy S7 buyers on a qualified plan will get a free Gear VR headset, a 6-game bundle worth $50, and a 12-month Netflix subscription. Additionally, users can get a Gear S2 Classic for less than $17 a month for 24 months.

The promotion will start tomorrow (Thursday, March 10th) with online purchases, and Friday, March 11th, the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge official launch date, users can go to retail stores to get the promotion. It is important to note that, according to T-Mobile, the offer won't be available in Connecticut, Rhode Island and Miami-Dade County. The full retail price (FRP) of the Galaxy S7 will be $669.99, the S7 Edge will cost $779.99, and the Gear S2 Classic has an full retail price of $399.99. To check all the details and requirements of the promotion, make sure to check out T-Mobile's website.

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