Samsung has just launched its new Galaxy S8, and while the world finishes convulsing with pleasure, the company has quietly introduced something else worth getting a bit excited about.
Along with the launch of the new phone, Sammy has introduced a new upgrade programme that will allow customers to get the latest Samsung smartphone when its released in future.
Apple has run a similar scheme for some time, but it seems its South Koran rival is now getting in on the action with its own version.
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Here’s how the programme works: You choose an eligible product and when you get to the checkout, select the Samsung Upgrade Programme as your method of payment.
You’ll be asked to pay a deposit, then a series of monthly payments, and after a year, you’ll be “invited” to upgrade to the latest handset once it launches.
The Galaxy S8 and S8+ are included in the new programme
In order to upgrade, you’ll need to send your current handset back in good working condition – at which point you’ll be given a new plan for the newer handset.
If you’re tempted by the offer, Samsung wants a £68.90 deposit for the Galaxy S8, and £29.76 per month over 24 months, with 14.9% APR.
That means you’ll pay £783.14 over the course of the plan, which is significantly more than the £689 price for buying the phone outright.
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If you’re looking for a bigger screen, the Galaxy S8+ is also included in the plan, and will cost you a £77.90 deposit and £33.65 per month over 24 months thereafter.
With the 14.9% APR, you’ll pay a total of £885.50 over that period, which, again, is a tad bit more than the £789 it will cost you to buy the phone outright.
The pre-order page is live, so if you fancy taking Samsung up on its Upgrade Programme offer, head to the official site now.
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