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$16.90/mo for 24 months
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Best Buy has great deals on Verizon 64GB Samsung Galaxy S8 Smartphones with Device Payment Plans available. Thanks CashWalker & paradism

Verizon 64GB Samsung Galaxy S8 Smartphone Verizon 64GB Samsung Galaxy S8+ Smartphone Specs:
  • Display: 5.8" (S8) or 6.2" (S8+) 2960x1440 Super AMOLED
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 octo core processor
  • 4GB RAM
  • 64GB Internal Storage
  • MicroSD Card Slot (up to 256GB)
  • 12MP Primary + 8MP Selfie Camera
  • Iris Scanner + Fingerprint Sensor w/ Samsung Pay
  • Dual Band WiFi 802.11ac + Bluetooth 5.0
  • 3000 mAh battery w/ USB Type C (Quick Charge 2.0)
  • Android 7.0 Nougat w/ Touchwiz UI
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Best Buy door buster features Samsung Galaxy phones on sale with various carriers. Example of savings is Samsung S8 on Verizon two year contract price for $16.91/month, regularly would be $31.50/month. Click the link for other carriers and prices. Alternately you can buy it unlocked at $756 and it comes with $100 BB E Gift Card and Charging Pad

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https://www.bestbuy.com/site/sams...9459420433
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All Verizon phones are fully unlocked. This question gets asked every single time. I wish people would Google this instead.
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This is why we can't have nice things
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There is an option to pay off device at Verizon corporate store within 3 days with no activation charge
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At least no bill credits, but definitely not the best price of the season, best buy are liars
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Best Buy has Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB for $405.84 plus tax on full price. This is via 24mo installment plan. The device can be paid off instantly, no need to wait for 2 years.
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/sams...Id=5789008
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Is this unlocked? Can we purchase it online?
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Anyone think this will go any lower at Best Buy before Christmas or this is the best it's gonna get?
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Is this unlocked? Can we purchase it online?
All Verizon phones are fully unlocked. This question gets asked every single time. I wish people would Google this instead.
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Don't need a Verizon plan, just the phone: How to do that?
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Best it will get.
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Title is misleading. I read Note 8 to be $16.91 per month.
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Don't need a Verizon plan, just the phone: How to do that?
You need a DDP plan
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Don't need a Verizon plan, just the phone: How to do that?
Either pay full price or you won't.
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Best it will get.
Agreed..

I do have two questions if anyone is familiar with this type of promotion. I'm purchasing this phone to replace an existing phone (1st gen Moto X). This phone/line still has $105 left to pay off, however best buy is stating I can either pay off the $105 now and keep the phone, or I can send the phone in after receiving the s8 and they will waive the remaining balance of $105.
This seems...too good to be true. Anyone have any experience with this situation?

The second questions is: BB offers two different protection plans. the first is 7.99/month, and the second is $1

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Monthly Drops, Spills and Defects (Accidental) Protection -$7.99/mo.
2-Year Drops, Spills and Defects (Accidental) Protection -$159.99
Is there any difference in coverage between these two selections? If not, I would think the 7.99/month is a better deal because a lot can happen in two years and saving $35 doesn't seem worth it to me.

ANY help/insight would be GREATLY appreciated. I'm one click away from pulling the trigger and buying this.
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