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Samsung now offering goodies worth $400 to buyers of its tablets in the US

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Last updated: November 7th, 2013 at 19:05 UTC+01:00

$25 of Google Play credit, three months of Hulu Plus, twelve months of Boingo Wi-Fi access, and 50GB of Dropbox storage of two years are free goodies worth $200 that already make buying some of Samsung’s tablets in the U.S. a great deal. Now, Samsung is giving you even more reason to buy its Android slates, by increasing the value of free perks to a total of $400.

From today, new purchases of the Galaxy Note 8.0, Galaxy Tab 3, Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 Student Edition, Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition, and the Galaxy Tab 3 Kids will get a 3-month trial of SiriusXM Internet Radio, 3 free audiobooks from Audible, and a 2-month subscription on Zinio to three digital magazines. That’s a nice new amount of freebies, so if you’ve bought any of the aforementioned devices recently, be sure to check out the source link to register and claim access to that $400 worth of perks.

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