Samsung has launched Boost, a new premium service bundle for flagships

Samsung UK is launching a new, free bundle of premium services for existing Galaxy S21 customers and possibly future flagship owners. The premium service bundle is worth over £250 and, according to Samsung, it’s meant to complement existing Samsung services including Samsung Health, Samsung Pay, and SmartThings.

Unlike the aforementioned Samsung services, however, Samsung Boost is a collection of premium services offered by other companies such as Adobe and Google. The bundle includes:

  • 2 months of free access to Adobe Spark Post and Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
  • 3 months of access to Antstream Arcade, Fiit, Google Play Pass, and Readly
  • 4 months of Deezer HiFi and YouTube Premium
  • 6 months of Calm Premium
  • 600 Google Play Points that can be used for in-app purchases or Google Play Credit

Of course, once these free subscriptions expire, Galaxy smartphone owners will have a choice of continuing to use these services by paying for their individual subscription fees; Or not.

The Samsung Boost bundle is now available for Galaxy S21 series customers

The new Samsung Boost premium service bundle is now available to customers in the UK and Ireland, as long as they own one of the Galaxy S21 5G models. The bundle will also be available for future Galaxy S21 buyers who will acquire the flagship by October 31, 2021.

Samsung hasn’t revealed any launch details for the Boost bundle in other markets, but if the initiative proves to be successful, we’re guessing that the company will bring it to more customers outside the UK.

As for other devices, the company claims that the service is expected to expand to Samsung’s future flagship portfolio. In other words, it’s almost a guarantee that the Samsung Boost bundle will be available to future Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 customers later this year.

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