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Sprint offers its own Samsung Galaxy S7 BOGO deal, 50% off iPhone 6s (for those who switch)

Sprint offers its own Samsung Galaxy S7 BOGO deal, 50% off iPhone 6s (for those who switch)
Sprint today announced that, just like AT&T and T-Mobile (and Verizon, starting tomorrow), it now allows its customers to buy a Samsung Galaxy S7, and get a second S7 for free.

Sprint customers can choose to lease a Galaxy S7 on the Galaxy Forever program for $25.99 per month for 2 years, and get another S7 for $0 per month after a $25.99 service credit. If you don't want to join the Galaxy Forever program, you can choose Sprint's Installment Billing: pay $27.09 per month for 2 years for a Galaxy S7, and receive a second handset for free after a $27.09 service credit. Mind you, the buy-one-get-one deal only includes the regular Galaxy S7, so you can't use it to get a free Galaxy S7 edge.

In addition to offering this Galaxy S7 BOGO deal, Sprint also has something for Apple fans: if you switch to Sprint, you can get an iPhone 6s 16 GB for $13.17 per month on the iPhone Forever lease plan - if you trade in your old smartphone. Normally, the iPhone 6s 16 GB costs $26.39 per month, so that's 50% off the monthly price.

You can find more details about Sprint's latest offers at the source link below (and in Sprint stores across the US).

source: Sprint via Twitter

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  • Camera 12 MP (Single camera) 5 MP front
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 4GB RAM
  • Storage 32GB, microSDXC
  • Battery 3000 mAh
  • OS Android 8.0 Oreo Samsung TouchWiz UI

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