AT&T's BOGO offer for the Samsung Galaxy S7 begins March 11th

AT&T's BOGO offer for the Samsung Galaxy S7 begins March 11th
AT&T is offering its customers the opportunity to score a free Samsung Galaxy S7 with a new BOGO deal. Tho*se new and existing AT&T subscribers who purchased the Samsung Galaxy S7 or Samsung Galaxy S7 edge from February 26th and later are eligible. Both phones must be purchased using AT&T Next, the mobile operator's installment plan. The first phone can be bought on a new line or using an upgrade. The second line must be purchased using a new line with AT&T Next 24, which is AT&T's 30-month installment plan.

Both phones must be added to a qualified data plan like Mobile Share Value. The latter will cost you as low as $70 a month for two phones. After three bill cycles or less, you will receive as much as a $695 credit spread out over the 30 months of the Next 24 Plan. Those funds are used to reimburse you for laying out the cost of the second Galaxy S7. If you decide to go with the Galaxy S7 edge instead, you will be responsible for the difference between the cost of that model and the $695 reimbursement from AT&T. One note, at the time you purchase the two phones, you will be responsible for the taxes due on both units.

With Next 24, you will be paying $23.17 over 30 months for the first Galaxy S7. Besides paying for the free model and then getting reimbursed for it, you also will be paying out of pocket as much as $69.51 on the free phone until the payments from AT&T start kicking in. Whatever happened to those simple 2 for 1 plans where a free second unit was tossed in your bag as soon as you bought the first model? It appears that they went the way of subsidized phones and two-year contracts.



source: AT&T

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9 Comments

1. dangchitrung

Posts: 89; Member since: Apr 04, 2012

Again, what the **** is BOGO? Enlight me please?

2. AlikMalix unregistered

Buy One Get One! Meaning if you buy one - they will give you second one for free - it's a way to interest people to buy devices and sign up for plans. Helps samsing add the amount devices "sold" as well.

7. TechieXP1969

Posts: 14967; Member since: Sep 25, 2013

So what's wrong with tbat. Most carriers are offering this with all their flagships. What you don't seem to understand is very simple. OEM don't give phones to carriers. Carriers buy them and sell them to you buy offering a deal to get you to sign. The phone is already paid for by the carrier. So its already sold. Carriers are customers of OEMs, just like you. The only difference if carriers place order for phones by the millions, just like some retailers do. So the phone is sold. Why Don you have such a problem with this? Samsung isn't offering BOGO directly to you. You can't go to Samsung.com and buy a phone and get one free. It's the carriers who do. They can do.it with any phone. The iPhone is already being offered with a similar deal.

6. kevin91202

Posts: 642; Member since: Jun 08, 2014

It's just a dumb acronym that no one actually uses. Sadly enough, the PA writers think that it's common.

3. Trakker

Posts: 283; Member since: Feb 11, 2016

BOGOF(Buy One Get One Free) is how Americans should write it.

4. cleatglitch

Posts: 161; Member since: May 25, 2013

like he said at the end of the article...its not actually free

5. bubbadoes

Posts: 1225; Member since: May 03, 2012

sirens. sirens. fire sale before launch. strong indicator of too much stock and no demand for the 800 next big thing. so in theory 400 each. what about all the sheep who already spent march rent for preorder to get this for 800 and no bogo

8. TechieXP1969

Posts: 14967; Member since: Sep 25, 2013

Really? Because AT&T did it in February for the iPhone. Must be a fire sale to move all that extra stock because we know the iPhone 6S sales have already gone cold after just 3 months. http://www.phonearena.com/news/AT-T-extends-its-BOGO-offer-to-the-iPhone-series_id78283 So.how can their not be huge demand? Do you know this for a fact? You're such a stooge. You know Apple copied the lease program that Sprint started and then Trouble also did it Was this too not to increase sales? Because I guess no one is buying the iPhone. Must be a dire sale. Right? Why do you even exist?

9. xocomaox

Posts: 200; Member since: Dec 14, 2015

Carriers don't make money off phones they sell, but the services they offer. Hence the extra line requirement.

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