Samsung’s Galaxy S6 Duo Price Slashed Up To $200 By T-Mobile

Ramish Zafar
Posted 1 year ago

Samsung’s price cuts for its Galaxy S6 flagship duo have been in the news for quite a while now. The Korean electronics giant recently decided to lower its flagship duo’s prices all across Europe in order to facilitate increased market demand, and now these changes have hit the US as well. Samsung’s already got the Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus lined up for this month as well, so maybe there’s more at work here than we know.

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T-Mobile Announces Its Very Own Price Cuts For The Galaxy S6 Duo

While we’ve already seen price cuts for Samsung’s flagship surface in Europe, for folks over in the US, they’ve been rare so far. Well, T-Mobile’s taken the initiative now and the carrier has announced its own price reductions for the Galaxy S6 Duo. So if you’re looking to purchase a 32 GB or a 64 GB Galaxy S6 from the US carrier, you’d save yourself a neat $100 with the device costing you $579. The 32 GB Galaxy S6 Edge will cost you $679 and the 64 GB iteration will also save you $100 with a final price tag of $759.


What’s even better are the carrier’s price cuts surrounding the 128 GB versions of the Galaxy S6. T-Mobile’s feeling very generous apparently, as the carrier has announced $200 price cuts for both 128 GB Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. So the 128 GB Galaxy S6 will leave you $659 lighter, while its edged counterpart will end up costing you $759.

For complete details regarding these price cuts, head over to the carrier’s website for the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge. And while they might sound lucrative to many, keep in mind that we’ve got a couple of great flagship smartphone launches headed our way over the next couple of months, so it’d be more wise to wait, as other carriers can also be expected to follow suit now. Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned for the latest.

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