American telecom service provider T-Mobile US today announced Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone with zero down payment, zero annual service contract, zero overages and zero hidden devices cost.
This means you can pay $660 for owing Galaxy S5 on T-Mobile network by coughing up $27.50 per month for 24 months.
One day before the official launch of Samsung Galaxy S5, T-Mobile US on Thursday announced the 4G LTE-enabled 16GB iPad Air for $499 against earlier price of $630. It also offered 4G LTE Samsung Tab 3 for a price of $200 against the earlier price of $312. Users will also get 1.2GB LTE data per month till the end of 2014.
The special offer that can boost the sale of Samsung S5 on T-Mobile 4G network in the U.S. is coming at a time when a T-Mobile sponsored survey indicated that more than 40 percent Galaxy S4 owners are planning to buy Galaxy S5 within the next three months.
T-Mobile will also pay you and your family’s early termination fees (ETFs) when you make the switch, trade in your devices and upgrade.
The results of a new T-Mobile survey of Galaxy S 4 owners indicate that 89 percent of Galaxy S4 owners plan to purchase Galaxy S5.
The survey result reflects T-Mobile’s Galaxy S5 offer.
The survey also reveals 80 percent of Samsung Galaxy S4 consumers are open to switching carriers, and for nearly 2 out of 3 of them, the only thing holding them back is the fear of early termination fees and other charges.
Mike Sievert, chief marketing officer for T-Mobile, said: “People like to switch carriers at the same time they switch devices, and the Galaxy S 5 is the first major device launch of the year.”
T-Mobile will also offer Samsung’s Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit at $199, while the Gear 2 will cost you $299.
Meanwhile, Samsung India has priced Galaxy S5 at Rs 51,500. Lisa Haydon, an Indian actress (in the pix) presented the latest smartphone to Indian mobile users today at a function held in Gurgaon, Delhi NCR.