Verizon customers rejoice, as the carrier has just kicked off pre-orders for Samsung Galaxy S5. The South Korean’s new flagship smartphone is available for $200 (€145) on 2-year agreements or $600 (€435).In addition, potential customers can also grab the Samsung Galaxy S5 through Verizon Wireless for $25.55 (€18.6) per month with Verizon Edge.
However, that’s not the big news at all. It looks like Verizon needs more customers to sign up to their 2-year agreements, which is why it is making an offer that no one in his/her right mind could refuse.
Well, it appears that Samsung Galaxy S5 is now available on BOGO (buy one get one for free) deal, which includes two other smartphones that are similarly hot.
Those who decide to pre-order the Galaxy S5 from Verizon and agree to commit to a new 2-year contract can grab another Samsung Galaxy S5 for free. Obviously, the deal requires 2-year activation for the second Galaxy S5 as well.
But there is more. Android enthusiasts that do not plan on buying the Samsung Galaxy S5 but would love to own the latest HTC One (M8) high-end smartphone will be happy to know that they will be able to get it for free.
Verizon offers customers who pre-order the Galaxy S5 and agree to a 2-year activation to grab the HTC One (M8) completely free as long as they sign up for another 2-year agreement.
It looks like Verizon is determined to please both Samsung and HTC fans. The carrier’s BOGO deal should appeal to both categories and things don’t stop here.
The US-based network operator has just announced the Samsung ATIV SE smartphone, which is now available for pre-order.
According to Verizon, the ATIVE SE should start shipping on April 12, but it will come with Windows Phone 8 onboard instead of Windows Phone 8.1, as previously rumored.
However, Samsung ATIV SE will eventually receive the highly anticipated Windows Phone 8.1 update sometime this summer.
If you are a Windows Phone fan, then you might find Verizon’s Galaxy S5 pre-order deal of some interest. Aside from being able to get a second Galaxy S5 or a new HTC One (M8) for free with the pre-order of Samsung Galaxy S5, Verizon also offers customers the option to choose a Windows Phone device instead of the two Android-powered high-end smartphones.
You might have guessed by now that those who pre-order the Galaxy S5 through Verizon and commit to a new two-year agreement will be able to grab the Samsung ATIV SE for free. What do you think about Verizon’s BOGO deal? Are you going to switch from another carrier just to take advantage of it?