Samsung Test Drive Phones Out-Of-Stock

Posted: Aug 22 2015, 11:47am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

 

Samsung Test Drive Phones Out-Of-Stock
 

Samsung plans to loan Galaxy cell phones is a definite hit. Majority of the devices reserved for the project have been saved for clients needing to test out the phone.

The phones included the Galaxy S6 Edge, S6 Edge+ and Note 5. The project particularly focused on iPhone clients. iPhone users were the only ones allowed to participate in the promotion.

The offer was launched at 12:01 a.m. ET. It permitted iPhone clients to try a Galaxy S6 Edge, Edge+ and Note 5 for a $1 processing charge, on any significant carrier for 30 days.

The handsets were complete with free voice and text and data plan. Samsung sends the phone with an activated SIM card.

It also provides with a guide to help those test driving on the use of phone. Samsung’s offer was definitely tempting because all the phones were reserved within a few hours.

Samsung further says that you should keep on checking the website in order to know if more test drive phones are available.

The test drive will expire after 30 days. The client won’t be fined in case the phone has some scratches. But, if there is any major problem than the client will have to pay a $100 penalty.

In case the phone is completely out of order, than get ready to pay the hefty amount.

The amount will be $700 for the Samsung Galaxy Note5, $775 for the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ and $825 for the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge.

Samsung does not have much time to replenish its stock. Apple is expected to announce new iPhones at a 9th September on an event.

To get ahead of its rival, Samsung introduced the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6+ in August rather than its regular September release schedule.

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