Get free 256GB microSD card when you activate Samsung Galaxy S7 series at Best Buy

Samsung Galaxy S7

Best Buy is offering a free 256GB microSD card if you activate a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge handsets through any of their retail stores across the United States. You will get free 256GB Samsung EVO+ microSD card, which is normally sold at $250 if you activate Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge. However, the offer is limited to Sprint, AT&T and Verizon.

Meanwhile, the offer is also applicable for the AT&T-exclusive Galaxy S7 Active, which is sold by Best Buy. As of this writing, we are unable to view any specific expiration date for the offer.

According to sources, the offer of free 256GB microSD card will be valid until December 31. Normally, Best Buy updates the changes in the pricing structure before the store opens on Sunday.

If you are planning to buy Samsung Galaxy S7, you need to wait till the launch of Galaxy S8 because the upcoming handset will have enhanced features. There are reports that Samsung Galaxy S8 will not feature any physical home button and will be equipped with 8GB RAM. Moreover, the handset will offer an S-Pen accessory, which is expected to cost 20% more than the previous counterpart.

If Samsung decides to provide support for S-Pen stylus in Samsung Galaxy S8, then you need not have to expect the launch of Galaxy Note 8. In all probability, it will be the end of road for the Samsung Galaxy Note series.

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