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Samsung phone fans must act now to claim free wireless Galaxy Buds


UPDATE: The free Galaxy Buds deal has now ended but it’s not all bad news. Samsung has now upped its offer of money back when you hand over any old phone from £100 to £200.
ORIGINAL STORY: Fancy some Samsung Galaxy Buds2 for free? Then you’ll need to act swiftly as a major promotion is coming to an end today, March 28. This deal, which saves over £130, is currently available to anyone who treats themselves to the very latest Galaxy S23 smartphone. Once this device is popped into shopping baskets Samsung will then add the wireless earbuds without you having to pay a penny extra.

It’s a good offer especially as these mini music makers include Active Noise Cancelling, Dolby Atmos technology and an “Earbud fit test” to make sure the best experience is always beamed into ears.

YOU CAN SEE MORE ABOUT THE DEAL HERE

Along with that free buds promotion, there are a number of other deals available on Samsung’s website including a guaranteed £100 off when you trade in any smartphone, in any condition. Yes, you can basically hand over a battered old device and get money off the S23.

That deal will bring the price of the standard S23 down from £899 to £799 or you’ll get the S23+ for £949 rather than paying out £1,049. If you don’t have any smartphones lying around the house then don’t panic as there is one final way to make buying the S23 a little more affordable.

READ MORE: Give Samsung your old television and you’ll get £700 off a brand new one

Samsung is currently offering a simple way to pay for the device via monthly instalments.

That means you can take delivery of the shiny new smartphone for as little as £24.98 per month.

Unlike some finance plans, Samsung isn’t charging a penny in interest which means there are no extra fees to pay for using this service.

As a quick reminder, the Galaxy S23 and S23+ both launched back in February and feature a new design, longer battery life and a much faster Qualcomm processor.

There’s also a refreshed triple-lens camera which can snap better images at night and also produce wobble-free home movies thanks to improved stabilisation.

Although the S23 and S23+ are good there is another device that’s worth considering.

The Galaxy S23 Ultra comes packed with even bigger features including a huge display, quad camera with impressive zoom and even an S Pen stylus tucked inside.

Want to know more? Read our full Galaxy S23 Ultra review.



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