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Latest Sprint promo offers $200 off the Galaxy S6 or the Galaxy Note 5

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Last updated: February 8th, 2016 at 21:54 UTC+02:00

Given that the Galaxy S7 will be arriving in the near future it’s understandable that carriers would want to move as much inventory of the current flagship as they possibly can. No wonder Sprint’s latest promo is offering $200 off the Galaxy S6, this promo also applies to the Galaxy Note 5. All new and existing customers can avail this offer and get $200 credit against purchase or lease of the aforementioned handsets provided they trade-in their existing smartphone.

The smartphone that’s going to be traded in has to be in working condition and the customer must own that device, it can’t be leased. Existing Sprint subscribers who want to take advantage of this promo have to be eligible for an upgrade. Once the $200 value is applied the 32GB Galaxy S6 costs $9.75 per month to lease and the Galaxy Note 5 just $16.67 per month. The offer is available via Sprint retail stores and runs through March 3, 2016.

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