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Monday, March 03, 2014
Samsung Galaxy S5 Buyers To Get Premium Apps For Free


Samsung is is luring candidate buyers of its new Galaxy S5 smartphone by offerng them over $500 in free apps.

The company on Monday announced that when Galaxy S5 customers pick up their handsets in April, they'll find apps included. The new handset will come with free "Gifts", which include access to personal trainer app Run Keeper, a six-month subscription to the Wall Street Journal, a three-month Premium LinkedIn account, 50 GB free cloud storage on Box, among other offers.

In total, Samsung is offering over $500 in subscriptions, freebies, and credits with the Galaxy S5.




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