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S7 Edge and S7 $199 and $99 at Best Buy on 2-Year Contract Verizon

Republik631 4 10 June 28, 2016 at 06:17 AM in Phones (4) More Best Buy Deals
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Last Edited by Republik631 June 28, 2016 at 06:21 AM
The S7 edge is $199 at Best Buy on a two year contract (Verizon only, YMMV), and the S7 is $99 at Best Buy on a two year contract (again, Verizon). A two year contract means that you pay a $40 monthly access fee instead of a $20 access fee, which you would pay if you payed full retail for the device directly from Verizon. This works out (for S7 edge, only the access fee and cost, first two years from Best Buy) to be $1160. From Verizon full retail the price for those same conditions is $1272. So at this reduced two year price, it is a better deal.

S7 edge: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/samsu...Id=4901024

S7: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/samsu...Id=4893100
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I believe this deal goes for Sprint and AT&T as well
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Last edited by Republik631 June 28, 2016 at 06:23 AM
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contracted deals are not slick
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to me. I pay 50 a month on sprint with good service and every 2 years I get a new phone at discount which works out pretty good I think. also note 5 64 gb was 1 dollar a couple weeks ago. so note 5 or s7? is VR worth it?
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contracted deals are not slick
wrong
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contracted deals are not slick
just cancel, pay the $350 and you own it
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Quote from frankf4250 View Post :
to me. I pay 50 a month on sprint with good service and every 2 years I get a new phone at discount which works out pretty good I think. also note 5 64 gb was 1 dollar a couple weeks ago. so note 5 or s7? is VR worth it?
yeah wondering if I should purchase the S7, Note 5, or wait until Sept and get the new Note (hearing that will be Note 7).
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yeah wondering if I should purchase the S7, Note 5, or wait until Sept and get the new Note (hearing that will be Note 7).
If you don't mind waiting, either get the Note 7 when it is released, because it will likely have many deals, like BOGO events, OR wait until the Note 7 is released because the S7 and S7 Edge will likely go on deep discount.
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Quote from bbixler View Post :
yeah wondering if I should purchase the S7, Note 5, or wait until Sept and get the new Note (hearing that will be Note 7).
if note 5 come back again for 1 dollar + free VR, I figure why not
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just cancel, pay the $350 and you own it
How does that work? Is there a thread somewhere that explains it? Do they prevent you from reopening a line with the device?

I'm thinking to buy the device with Best Buy, cancel in the first month, pay $350, then go by Verizon and having them hook the phone up to my account.
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Last edited by The_Doug July 1, 2016 at 10:21 AM
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i thought verizon is no longer offering 2 year contracts for new customers, only existing customers have the 2yr contract option and new customers have to chose the EIP plan .

Can anyone shed some light on this?
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How does that work? Is there a thread somewhere that explains it? Do they prevent you from reopening a line with the device?

I'm thinking to buy the device with Best Buy, cancel in the first month, pay $350, then go by Verizon and having them hook the phone up to my account.

Follow your plan, you have it right. Once you pay the $350, you own the phone regardless of how much you paid at BB when you got the contract. If you don't cancel right away then for every month that goes by, you can deduct a certain amount off the ETF. I forget how much though
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Follow your plan, you have it right. Once you pay the $350, you own the phone regardless of how much you paid at BB when you got the contract. If you don't cancel right away then for every month that goes by, you can deduct a certain amount off the ETF. I forget how much though
Thanks
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i thought verizon is no longer offering 2 year contracts for new customers, only existing customers have the 2yr contract option and new customers have to chose the EIP plan .

Can anyone shed some light on this?
I'm a long time customer..since I'm currently a customer I can do 2 years...but right now I get 15 a month off per line for using our own phones...so in the end I was still spending like 800 bucks on the phone
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I'm a long time customer..since I'm currently a customer I can do 2 years...but right now I get 15 a month off per line for using our own phones...so in the end I was still spending like 800 bucks on the phone
OK cool, thanks for the update
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