Republic Wireless Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge $200 Off Until Feb. 28 Plus Free 256GB Card until Feb. 14
Sprint and T-Mobile MVNO Republic Wireless discounts Samsung’s best smatphone yet, the S7 Edge. Until February 28, 2017, customers can purchase Republic Wireless Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge for $599, which is $200 less than its regular $799 price tag. In monthly installments, that would be $36 per month instead of $48 per month. A $200 discount on the S7 Edge will be applied at checkout.
In addition, Republic’s customers will get a free 256GB memory card if they purchase the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge until February 14, 2017. This offer, however, is not provided by Republic Wireless but from Samsung. This means that with every purchased Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge, from any provider or unlocked, customers will get a 256GB memory card for free until Valentine’s Day, February 14.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Specs
Samsung’s most premium smartphone yet features a 5.5-inch curved Quad HD Super AMOLED display with quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, 4 GB RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. As mentioned above, storage can be additionally expanded up to 256GB via microSD card. The phone is a water resistant (IP68 certified), has fingerprint sensor and fast wireless charging. In addition, it has a 12-megapixel main camera with f/1.7 aperture and 5-megapixel front-facing camera with f/2/4 aperture. A 3600 mAh battery powers the S7 Edge.
Republic Wireless GSM plans
The Galaxy S7 Edge can be paired with Republic’s GSM smartphone plans:
- $15 plan – unlimited talk and text and WiFi data
- $20 plan – unlimited talk, text and WiFi data plus 1GB of cellular data
- $30 plan – unlimited talk, text and WiFi data plus 2GB of cellular data
- $45 plan – unlimited talk, text and WiFi data plus 4GB of cellular data
- $60 plan – unlimited talk, text and WiFi data plus 6GB of cellular data
- $90 plan – unlimited talk, text and WiFi data plus 10GB of cellular data
The carrier uses Adaptive Coverage technology, with Bonded Calling that switches to cellular network whenever WiFi signal is week. This results with better call quality and fewer dropped calls.
Source: Republic Wireless