Double the storage for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge without doubling the price

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge side by side S6
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If you’re in the market for a premium Android smartphone with more storage than you know what to do with, you’re in luck. T-Mobile will give you a free memory boost when you buy either the Samsung Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge through its retail stores or online portal.

Thanks to the promo, you will be able to get the 64GB version of either smartphone for the same price as their respective 32GB variants, providing customers with a savings of $80 on the device. The 64GB version will also cost $0 down for those who sign up for a monthly payment plan. Likewise, you can grab the 128GB versions of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge for the same price as their 64GB counterparts, providing customers with a savings of $100. The 64GB Edge will only cost $100 down with the promotion, though customers are responsible for monthly payments afterward.

If you want to take advantage of these deals, however, your best bet is to act fast. According to T-Mobile, the promotion begins this Wednesday, June 24 and ends on Saturday, June 27. The promo already shows up on T-Mobile’s website, so you can take advantage of it now.

Since the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge don’t feature MicroSD card slots, you would be wise to take advantage of T-Mobile’s promotion, if you store a healthy amount of media on your smartphone.

Even taking into account the lack of a memory expansion slot, however, we would easily recommend the Galaxy S6 to any prospective Android smartphone buyer. The lack of water-resistance and slight issue with overheating did cause us to dock a few points, but its design and high-end specs won us over. Regardless of its tiny defects, the Galaxy S6 stands as one of the best Android smartphones you can buy right now.

Check out T-Mobile’s website for more details.

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