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Galaxy Note9 Offer by Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T

Mobile data services are competing aggressively for new customers.  Several are now offering free or discounted Galaxy Note9 phones and tablets, or prepaid credit cards with substantial balances preloaded.

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Comcast’s Promotion

Comcast offers one of the more interesting Note9 promotions: a $300.00 prepaid card with any preorder for the phone. The cable system operator will begin shipping the phone on August 24. The device will be available in Ocean Blue and Lavender Purple. The offer includes an S pen stylus, Bluetooth Low Energy support, a dual-aperture camera, and a 4000 mAh battery. The standard version comes with 128 GB of storage capacity. A 512 GB version is available for $1245.00

The Galaxy Note9, made by Samsung, is Android-based and retails for $999.00.

Comcast is one of six wireless carriers in the U.S. selling the 128 GB Note9. AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, and Verizon also offer it.

For customers wishing to pay for the phone over time, Comcast offers a 0% APR for two years, with payments of $41.67 per month.

Offers by Other Carriers

Other carriers are also offering special deals on the Galaxy Note9. AT&T is offering zero interest financing for 30 months for purchasers who open new lines. For opening an additional line, a customer can get a free additional Note9, or an S9 or S9+.

Verizon will send a free 128 GB Note9, S9, or S9+ to any purchaser who opens an additional service line.

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