Samsung Galaxy S5 Will Come With $500 in App Subscriptions
Mar 04, 2014 15:14
Samsung's Galaxy S5 will be shipping with more than $500 worth of premium app subscriptions and services. The program is dubbed Samsung Galaxy Gifts, and it will include long-term subscriptions to fitness, productivity and lifestyle apps, premium app upgrads and subscriptions to the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg Businessweek.
The bundle will be worth a total of $576. The most valuable are a six-month subscription to the WSJ ($160), three months of LinkedIn Premium ($75) and six months of 50GB of storage on Box ($60).
New S5 owners will get a year of Lark's premium service (which can take advantage of the S5's heart rate monitoring capabilities), a year of Run Keeper's elite membership and six months of premium membership to Map My Run and Skimble.
The bundle program will include three months of Evernote premium, three months of 1TB of cloud storage from Bitcasa and more than $50 in freebies from PayPal when shopping from participating retailers.
Head over to Samsung's website to see a complete list of apps and services that will be included with the Galaxy S5.
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