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NewsPoster Nov 7, 2013 05:10 PM
Samsung offering up to $600 in perks for new Galaxy tablet buyers
Samsung is offering a range of digital perks to entice consumers into picking up its <a href=" xel.density.of.previous.model/" rel='nofollow'>newest Android tablets</a>, with owners of qualifying devices being able to cash in on up to $600 worth of incentives. The South Korean tech giant has posted a <a href="" rel='nofollow'>page</a> detailing potential bonuses available to users registering a new Samsung tablet. All of the tablets and devices eligible for the promotion were released over the course of 2013.<br />
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Galaxy tablet owners registering their devices through Samsung can get between $200 and $600 worth of perks simply for registering their tablets with Samsung. Eligible devices include the <a href=" he.future/" rel='nofollow'>Galaxy Note 10.1</a> 2014 Edition, Galaxy Tab 3 Kids, Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 Student Edition, Galaxy Tab 3 Wi-Fi, and Galaxy Note 8.0 Wi-Fi. <br />
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The perks vary depending on the device, but some tablets are eligible for $25 worth of Google Play Store credit, as well as a $50 credit for music, movies, and TV shows through Samsung Hub. New Hulu Plus users and new SiriusXM Internet Radio users can also get a three-month trial subscription, and new Boingo users can get mobile Wi-Fi access for 12 months. <br />
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Samsung also offers new Audible users three free audiobooks, and new Zinio members can get a two-month subscription to three digital magazines. As in the past, Samsung also offers two years of 50GB of Dropbox space for free with the activation of a tablet. Also available are content offerings from and the BusinessWeek+ Tablet App. <br />
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Samsung is also offering buyers of its <a href=" streaming/" rel='nofollow'>HomeSync media device</a> access to $50 worth of content from Media Hub. <br />
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As <em>Android Police</em> <a href="" rel='nofollow'>point</a> out, many of these features were already included with the purchase of a Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition. Still, the move is the latest in the South Korean Tech conglomerate's efforts to improve its standing in the tablet segment. Apple <a href="" rel='nofollow'>remains the largest player</a> in that market, but Samsung has made significant gains with its line of Galaxy tablet devices over the past year.
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