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Deal: Buy a Samsung Galaxy S7 on AT&T, get a 48” Samsung TV free

For this month only, if you buy a Samsung Galaxy S7 device on AT&T, you could get a 48" smart TV on the house.
April 1, 2016

In a deal that sounds big enough that we had to double-check to make sure it wasn’t a very cruel April Fools joke, AT&T and Samsung are offering you a free 48” Samsung TV, which is worth $500 all by itself, on the house when you grab a Samsung Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge on their network. The catch? You’ve gotta sign up for DirecTV. But that’s not really so bad, is it?

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The specific TV in question is the LED J5200 Series Smart TV 48” Class TV. You can pick up this baby for circa $500 around the web or through Samsung’s online store, but the list price remains $999. You are eligible for this offer if you are buying a new Galaxy S7 device and you are signing up for AT&T Next mobile service and DirecTV, and at least one of those has to be new. If you’re already rocking AT&T and DirecTV… sorry.

What’s more, you can double up on this promo if you’re swapping from another carrier to AT&T. The company is currently offering up to $650 bucks to cover cancellation fees and the like to coax users over from other carriers, and nothing in the fine print of either promo stipulates that they can’t be used with each other. To get the full scoop on this deal, head on over to Samsung’s promotional landing page. This offer is only available through April and it doesn’t apply to the US Virgin Islands.

Sound like the kind of deal you’d like to take advantage of? Anyone feeling the temptation to swap services? If you’re an AT&T user, let us know what your experience has been like in the comments below. You might just help somebody make a wise decision. As always, stay tuned to Android Authority for all the latest deals and opportunities coming down the tech pipe.

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