Trade-in your current phone at Sprint to receive $200 off the Samsung Galaxy S6 or Galaxy Note 5


With the Samsung Galaxy S7less than two weeks away from being introduced, the carriers will start looking for creative ways to get rid of as much Galaxy S6 inventory as they can. Sprint has come up with a trade-in promotion that will be offered for a limited time. The nation's fourth largest carrier will give new and existing customers a $200 credit toward the purchase or lease of the Samsung Galaxy S6 or the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, if they trade-in the smartphone they currently are using.

The device being turned over to Sprint must be in working condition, and cannot be a leased handset. Existing Sprint subscribers must be eligible for an upgrade. Sprint says that by applying the value of the trade-in, the Galaxy S6 can be leased for only $9.76 a month. The Galaxy Note 5's monthly lease price drops to $16.67 monthly.

Sprint says that the offer can be combined with its 50%-off rate plan for those coming over to Sprint from Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T. The deal starts today at Sprint retail locations, and by the end of the week it should be offered online and by phone. This offer expires on March 3rd.



source: Sprint via Phonescoop

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