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It goes without saying that there’s quite a bit of competition between mobile carriers in the United States. We often see them tearing into each other via advertisements and that’s bound to continue in the future. Carriers try to steal customers by offering new deals and promotions and the one Sprint is offering right now might entice some to switch over to Sprint.

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Customers who are interested in purchasing the Galaxy S6 or Galaxy Note 5 should take a look at Sprint’s offering. The carrier has a deal in which it’s giving a $200 credit with a working trade-in.

It’s open to customers who own their existing smartphone, and not lease it, all they need to do is bring their device to a Sprint store and trade it in to get $200 off the cost of the Galaxy S6 or Galaxy Note 5.

The cost of the device itself comes down substantially when these savings are applied. Eligible customers can then get the 32GB Galaxy S6 for about $10 per month on Sprint Lease and the Galaxy Note 5 for $17 per month on a lease.

Sprint is allowing customers to pair this promotion with other promotions as well so those switching from a rival carrier can take advantage of Sprint’s “cut your bill in half” promotion.

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Product
Diagonal (inches)5.7"5.1"
Megapixel16-MP16-MP
Battery Capacity (mAh)3000 mAh2550 mAh
Processor NameExynos 7420Exynos 7420
RAM Options4GB3GB
Street Price$495 Galaxy Note 5 on Amazon$220 Galaxy S6 on Amazon
Link to full specsGalaxy Note 5 Full specs and detailsGalaxy S6 Full specs and details
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