Samsung Showers Galaxy S5 Customers with Gifts worth $600+
Article by George Norman
On 12 Mar 2014
Samsung decided to give customers lots of gifts if they decide to purchase a brand new Galaxy S5 smartphone. Gifts worth more than $600 to be more precise.

New customers get 50GB of free cloud storage space on Dropbox for 2 years, 1 year free premium service for RunKeeper, a $50 voucher for PayPal, and more. The complete list is available below.

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I remember that when I purchased a Samsung Galaxy S3, I received a few extras: a Bluetooth hands-free device, an SD card, and 48GB of Dropbox cloud storage space. I am now considering getting a new Galaxy S5 and I’m glad to find out that I will once again get a few extras.

Samsung announced that it partnered with 16 of the world’s leading mobile content and service providers and will give several gifts to customers who purchase a Galaxy S5. These gifts are worth more than $600 in all. Here’s the list of gifts.
  • RunKeeper – premium service for 1 year.
  • MapMyFitness – premium service for 6 months.
  • Skimble – premium service for 6 months.
  • Lark – premium service for 1 year.
  • PayPal – $50 voucher on PayPal merchants.
  • Wall Street Journal – free 6-month subscription.
  • Bloomberg Businessweek+ – free 12-month subscription.
  • LinkedIn – free premium account for 3 months.
  • Cut the Rope 2 - $10 in game credit.
  • Flick Dat – download $2 app for free.
  • Box – 50GB for 6 months (valued at $60).
  • Dropbox – 50GB for 2 years (valued at $100).
  • Bitcasa – 1TB for 3 months.
  • Blurb – free coupon worth $5.
  • EasilyDo Pro – 6 months for free.
  • Evernote – depending on the country, you get a free subscription for 3 to 12 months.
“We are continually looking for the best partners to help us expand and enhance the mobile experience for our dedicated users,” said JK Shin, CEO and President of IT & Mobile Division, Samsung Electronics. “The Galaxy S5 was designed to offer consumers the most advanced tool to help improve their everyday lives. These new partnerships perfectly compliment this mission with a comprehensive offering of some of the world’s best mobile resources to suit people’s active lives.”




Tags: Samsung, Galaxy S5, RunKeeper, MapMyFitness, Skimble, Lark, PayPal, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Businessweek+, LinkedIn, Cut the Rope 2, Flick Dat, Box, Dropbox, Bitcasa, Blurb, EasilyDo Pro, Evernote
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