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    Activate a Samsung smartphone on Sprint this month and get a free year of Amazon Prime

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    Last updated: December 16th, 2015 at 12:17 UTC+01:00

    A new promotion has been kicked off by the fourth largest mobile carrier in the United States possibly in hopes of boosting its subscriber base. All customers need to do is activate a qualifying Samsung smartphone on Sprint in November 2015 and they will be given a free year of Amazon Prime which itself is a $99 value. Aside from offering free two-day shipping Prime members can also access an enormous amount of content in Amazon's video and music streaming services.

    Qualifying smartphones include the Galaxy S6, the Galaxy S6 edge, the Galaxy S6 edge+ as well as the Galaxy Note 5, basically he company's 2015 flagship lineup. This offer is available until November 30, Sprint customers who purchase their handset outright, get it on a two year contract, lease it or buy it on an installment plan are eligible to get a free year of Amazon Prime. Existing Sprint subscribers can also take advantage of this promotion on a renewed line.

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