Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ limited time deal.
Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ limited time deal. Samsung

If you’re a T-Mobile customer and looking for a new Android phone, you might want to take advantage of Samsung’s new deal.

Samsung is offering a buy one get one free special for its new Galaxy S8. First, you’ll have to purchase two Galaxy S8 phones on Samsung’s website and activate a line with T-Mobile. Samsung will then reimburse you $750 seven to 10 days after the line has been activated. The offer, which is valid for the Galaxy S8 and S8+, only requires one out of the two phones be activated with T-Mobile.

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Samsung is also offering a free “Entertainment Kit” for those who buy a Galaxy S8 on its site. The kit includes a six-month Netflix subscription, a 64GB MicroSD card and a Clear View stand. The Entertainment Kit comes with a purchase of a Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ on the Samsung site. The Galaxy S8 also includes a free month of Samsung’s Premium Care (after the first month you’ll be billed $11.99 per month for the service).

The Galaxy S8 offer is available for a limited time.

The deal could help Samsung sell even more Galaxy S8 units. Last week, a Samsung official said the company had sold 5 million Galaxy S8 devices since its April release. Another Samsung official said the number of Galaxy S8 devices sold so far is about 20-30 percent more than that of the S7 during the same period last year. Analysts predict Samsung will sell 20 million units by the end of Q2 2017.

Galaxy S8 Features

The Galaxy S8 comes with an edge-to-edge infinity display screen. The device also supports Samsung Pay and comes with virtual assistant Bixby, which takes on Apple’s Siri. The S8 and S8+ come with a 5.8-inch or 6.2-inch dual-edge curved display, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, and a 12-megapixel rear camera and 8MP front camera.

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However, the smartphone isn’t that strong. Electronics insurance company SquareTrade put the Galaxy S8 to the test and deemed the device as the most breakable phone of all time.

Here’s a video of how it went down:

The smartphone is fragile because of its all-glass design and lack of top and bottom bezels that protect against shock. However, iFixit gave the Galaxy S8 a "repairability score" of 4 out of 10.

Samsung rolled out the Galaxy S8 and S8+ this year after the Galaxy Note 7 recall debacle. The devices were recalled over faulty batteries that caused fires. The unlocked version of the Samsung Galaxy S8 is available for $724.99 and has a 64GB capacity, while the 64GB S8 Plus is priced at $824.99.