IPhone Users Get 30 Day Free Samsung Galaxy Trial

Posted: Aug 21 2015, 4:21am CDT | by , in News | Apple

iPhone Users get 30 Day Free Samsung Galaxy Trial

Samsung tries everything to get new customers. Now iPhone user can test a new Galaxy smartphone 30 days for free.

Samsung just unveiled this week the new Galaxy Edge+ and Galaxy Note 5. Now the South Korean consumer electronics giant pulls out all stops to get new customers. iPhone customers can get a free 30-day trial of the latest Samsung Galaxy smartphones including an activated SIM card.

Samsung says: "For just one dollar, you can try one of our latest Samsung phones for 30 days with no obligation. Your test drive kit will come with the phone of your choice, an activated sim card, and a step-by-step guide to help you start your test drive. After 30 days, if you buy a qualifying Samsung device, there’s even more love in store for you."

If this program is successful remains to be seen. The new Galaxy smartphones feature the best mobile screen. This is possibly the biggest advantage over the iPhone. Fans of the iPhone have though already tuned out all noise and just focus on the upcoming reveal of the iPhone 6S.

To sign-up for the free trial iPhone users must use their iPhone to visit this page.

The free trial requires a valid credit card that will be charged with a $1.

In the case the devices are not returned after the 30 days trial Samsung charges $720 for the Galaxy S6 and $820 for the Galaxy S6 Edge. In case the Galaxy is damaged, Samsung charges $100.

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