Verizon Will Offer 'Buy One, Get One Free' Promo For Galaxy Note 9 Pre-Orders

Verizon will reportedly offer a Buy One, Get One Free promotion on the Galaxy Note 9, once pre-orders open up. This is according to Droid Life, who got word from one of its readers. This isn't necessarily a surprise, and it's likely that other wireless carriers will offer similar promotions. For those that are looking to get a Galaxy Note 9, this is a great way to get a Galaxy Note 9, since you can get two units for the price of one. As is the case with all BOGO offers, you will need to stick with Verizon for the full two years, otherwise you'll owe what is due on both units. Verizon gives out the "free" Galaxy Note 9 via monthly bill credits.

The Galaxy Note 9 is slated to be announced this week at Unpacked, which is taking place in Brooklyn on Thursday. The Galaxy Note 9 is reportedly going to be featuring a 6.4-inch Quad HD+ display, with the Snapdragon 845 chipset under the hood. There will also be 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage out of the box. Samsung is upping the battery capacity, reportedly, to 4000mAh here, which is going to get plenty of attention. The Galaxy Note 9 is going to be the latest and greatest from Samsung, and should be a big seller for Samsung, as the Galaxy Note line is typically for the company.

Currently, there's no word on when pre-orders will begin, but many believe that it will begin within a week of the announcement - on August 9. But the Galaxy Note 9 will be available from all four US carriers, and it will also be available as an unlocked smartphone in the coming months. The unlocked model usually comes a bit later than the US carriers models arrive. There will be plenty of great deals for those looking to buy the Galaxy Note 9, including some trade-ins. So it'll be a tough choice on where you should buy the Galaxy Note 9, to get the best price for your circumstances.

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