Sprint announces Black Friday 2015 deals, offers the Samsung Galaxy S6 at half the usual price

Sprint announces Black Friday 2015 deals, offers the Samsung Galaxy S6 at half the usual price
Sprint has just announced its Black Friday 2015 deals, and from the looks of it, the fourth-largest carrier in the US could draw in a lot of customers this week.

Probably the best Black Friday deal that Sprint is offering this year is a 50% discount towards purchasing the Samsung Galaxy S6. Usually, Sprint prices the Galaxy S6 at $18 per month for two years through its equipment installment plan, but the monthly payment is halved to $9 per month through Sprint's Black Friday promotion.

Speaking of Samsung smartphones, Sprint subscribers who activate the carrier's services on any of Samsung's latest high-end handsets - such as the Galaxy S6, the Galaxy S6 edge, the Galaxy S6 edge+, or the Galaxy Note 5 - will also get a free one-year Amazon Prime subscription, usually priced at $99.

If you'd rather get a phone manufactured by Samsung's cross-town rivals from LG, Sprint is offering a free 24-inch LG TV when customers activate a new LG G4. The TV is usually priced at $179.99, making Sprint's offer a tempting one, especially for those already considering the LG G4.

As part of its Black Friday 2015 deals, Sprint is also discounting the price of various activity trackers from Fitbit, Garmin, Withings, and LG. Sprint offers the FitBit Charge HR at $119 ($30 off), while the FitBit Charge is priced at $89.99 ($40 off). The Garmin vivofit 2, the vivosmart, and the vivoactive are also offered at discounted prices, costing $69.99, $79.99, and $169.99 respectively. The Withings Activite Pop, at $129.99, and the LG Tone Pro 750, at $39.99, complete the list of wearables on sale for this Black Friday at Sprint.

source: Sprint via Droid-Life


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