Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are just around the corner and guess which wireless carrier is already advertising a promotion? That’s right, anyone that purchases Samsung’s upcoming handsets through T-Mobile will get a one year subscription to Netflix on the house.
The Un-carrier (technically, Samsung) is offering buyers a standard two-stream HD subscription which normally sells for $8.99 per month. Crunching the numbers, the deal is valued at $107.88 – not bad at all. If you already have a subscription to Netflix and are planning to buy one of the new devices through T-Mobile, this is more or less free money back in your pocket.
Reading the fine print reveals the offer will be made available between March 27 and April 12. Inventory is limited (there are only 92,000 codes to go around) meaning if you’re indeed interested, it’d be best to act sooner rather than later (hint: pre-order).
Those who get in on the action will need to go this Samsung promotion page by May 21 to submit their claim for the code (the code itself must be redeemed by June 20).
Obviously, John Legere and company are hoping to attract some new faces with the promotion. Considering this is a Samsung-sponsored promotion, however, it’s entirely possible that we’ll see similar offers through other carriers as the release date for Sammy’s latest flagship devices inches closer.