Posted by Harish J 11 months ago

[Updated with full list of gifts] Samsung bundling $575 worth of freebies with the Galaxy S5

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Samsung is set to offer over $575 worth of services and utilities for free to all users buying a new Galaxy S5. Samsung had a similar offer in place for users buying the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 and Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 last year. Some of the freebies that users are entitled to include a 6 month subscription to the Wall Street Journal valued at $160, free Evernote Premium for 3 months ($15), LinkedIn Premium for 3 months ($75), 50 GB Box cloud storage for 6 months ($60) and a host of other services. A list of all available freebies can be accessed from here.

Health and fitness related services are also included in the bundle, along with exclusive offers for Galaxy S5 users. The device itself is set to launch next month globally, with no official confirmation as to how much it would cost. There are rumors that suggest that it would be available for less than what the Galaxy S4 cost at launch, but early retailer listings suggest that the device could retail for around $700 for the unlocked 16 GB version.

Update: Samsung has released the full list of content that will be offered for free with the Galaxy S5, which you can check out below.



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7 comments on “[Updated with full list of gifts] Samsung bundling $575 worth of freebies with the Galaxy S5

  1. infinitylook 11 months ago said:

    Trying to justify your expensive launch price? Lol.

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  2. JhonnyB 11 months ago said:

    Not one Cent from me for the S5, sorry.

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  3. cubg 11 months ago said:

    I will dump my Nexus 5 if the starting price in US is around $600 – $650 and not a cent more.

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  4. europeu 11 months ago said:

    rediculous forking out 700 bucks pre tax for a 16Gb standard version. i’ll stick with my s3 till there’s more news about the f version

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  5. rembick 11 months ago said:

    Yeah, and once again a lot of bloatware in system that can not be uninstalled and eating RAM and storage like hell.

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