Samsung May Follow Apple by Launching Smartphone Leasing Program

21 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Samsung May Follow Apple by Launching Smartphone Leasing Program.

Samsung is planning to follow in Apple’s footsteps by launching its own Galaxy smartphone leasing program in the U.S. over the coming months, according to Forbes.

Following the anticipated launch of Samsung’s Galaxy S6 edge+ and Note5, users will be able to enjoy, pre-paid or discounted subscriptions and offerings through Samsung’s updated Galaxy Gifts package.The S-Pen stylus for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, stored within the body of the phone, appears to snag on an internal mechanism when inserted upside down.

To complement each device’s curved 5.7-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED screen, Samsung has newly formulated its Galaxy Gifts to enable users to customize and choose specific apps that fit their lifestyle and enhance their overall mobile experience. Apple introduced the iPhone Upgrade Program alongside the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus earlier this month, enabling customers to upgrade to a new iPhone every year with AppleCare+ warranty coverage included.

Both smartphones offer the most powerful capacity and processing power on the market, enabling users to enjoy seamless multi-tasking and engage in graphic-heavy games without suffering lag time. Eligible customers who sign up for the program will have the full cost of their new iPhone broken down into 24 equal payments of around $30 to $45 per month depending on the model, plus a premium for AppleCare+. ArtRage: ArtRage gives you a packed toolbox of natural painting tools like oils and watercolors that let Note5 users release their inner artist, free of charge. After the first 12 monthly payments, the customer gains the option to trade in their iPhone for a new one and enter into a new 24 month installment plan to pay it off. We can only assume that Samsung’s flagships will be part of it, but it is unclear if the rest of Samsung’s lineup will be included, or if it could also include Samsung’s wearables like smartwatches.

AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile also offer their own carrier financing plans for iPhones and Galaxy smartphones, each breaking down the full price of the device into equal monthly payments. Instead carriers are asking that customers pay for their devices in full albeit over the course of 24-months, versus contract plans which saw customers pay around $200 for a high-end phone, and be tied to the carrier for the next 2-years. I called a service center and they told me the mainboard might have been broken.” “My husband told my brother that the stylus wouldn’t come out if it wasn’t inserted pointed end first. Deceptively simple and insanely fun, Hearthstone®: Heroes of Warcraft™ is Blizzard Entertainment’s acclaimed free-to-play strategy card game for everyone.

Asked about who should be held liable for stylus-caused breakdowns, the official said, “That will be determined by the Samsung service centers.” Some suspect that Samsung included a warning about the wrong insertion of the S Pen into the phablet in the Galaxy Note 5’s manual in a bid to batten down the hatches against possible disputes over the S-Pen design flaw. In fact, products liability (PL) laws stipulate that if manufacturers furnish reasonable explanations, adequate warnings, directions for use or other indications with their products, they cannot be held responsible for their product defects. Users take small, manageable steps, find motivation, become more intentional with eating and exercise habits, develop discipline, and discover how seemingly insignificant choices made daily lead to big changes long-term.

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