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Best Buy offers amazing deal for Galaxy S5

May 17 2014, 5:27am CDT | by , in News | Mobile Phones

Best Buy offers amazing deal for Galaxy S5
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Trade in any old working smartphone and get the Galaxy S5 for 450 on contract with Verizon

For all those who are planning to trade in their older smartphones, Best Buy would just be the perfect place to hit right now. They recently announced their deal which is going to be in effect from Sunday 18th May and will last till the 30th. The deal allows you to trade in any smartphone which is in a working condition and in return get the Samsung Galaxy S5 for just $50 on contract with Verizon. So if you think about it, technically you are only paying $50 do get your new Galaxy S5 which surely is going to leave a few jaws dropped all the way to the floor. And if you want to sign a two-year contract with either Sprint or AT&T, you get a Galaxy S5 for $100 if you trade in any smartphone.

Has this already gotten you excited already? Then wait till you hear this. Best Buy also announced an amazing offer for the apple users who can trade in their used working iPhones for an iPhone 5s for free on contract between now and May 22nd. What you get will basically depend upon what you have traded in for that. It is pretty simple; if you trade in an iPhone 5, you can get a free 5s on Verizon, AT&T and Sprint, while if you trade in an iPhone 4s or iPhone 4 you can get a free 5s on Sprint and Verizon.

 

source: bgr

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