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T-Mobile will give you a free year of Netflix if you buy a Galaxy S7

T-Mobile Free Netflix Deal

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The Galaxy S7 may be Samsung’s only flagship smartphone available in stores right now, and if you’re looking for the next best thing, now’s probably not the time to buy it. The Galaxy S8 is just one of the hot Android handsets that are going to be released in the coming months. If, on the other hand, you’re interested in deals more than how old your new phone is, then you should definitely check out this new T-Mobile deal on Samsung’s 2016 flagship.

You have until February 7th to buy or lease a Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 edge and receive a free year of Netflix from T-Mobile.

Once you pay sales tax and the applicable down payment on the handset of your choosing, you can register with Samsung at this link to receive a single-use code that you can then enter at this link to activate your free year of Netflix. Make sure you register your purchase with Samsung by February 21st and then redeem your free year of Netflix by March 31st at the latest.

The deal will get you a standard Netflix subscription that’s worth $120 and includes simultaneous streaming support for up to two devices. That’s a good deal if you like Netflix, especially since it basically cuts the price of the Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 edge by $120.

As Phone Arena points out, the Galaxy S7 retails for $673.99 while the Galaxy S7 edge sells for $779.99. Obviously, you can pay for either phone in installments after an upfront fee of $49.99 or $59.99, respectively. Check out T-Mobile’s limited-time Galaxy S7 deal at this link.

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Chris Smith has been covering consumer electronics ever since the iPhone revolutionized the industry in 2008. When he’s not writing about the most recent tech news for BGR, he closely follows the events in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe and other blockbuster franchises. Outside of work, you’ll catch him streaming almost every new movie and TV show release as soon as it's available.