Samsung Galaxy S7
New Samsung S7 (R) and S7 edge smartphones are displayed after their unveiling ceremony at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, February 21, 2016. The incremental upgrades may not be enough to rejuvenate sales for the world's No. 1 smartphone maker. Reuters/Albert Gea

Both AT&T and T-Mobile have announced a limited-time, Buy One, Get One (BOGO) free deal for Samsung’s newly launched Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, which went on sale Friday.

T-Mobile Samsung Deals

Buyers may grab a Samsung Galaxy S7 for $0 down and get a second one for ‘free.’ Customers need to add one line to get the full retail price of the second device.

Shoppers can mix and match with the Galaxy S7 Edge. If so, T-Mobile will waive off the retail cost of the cheaper device. The carrier will also cover the switching costs up to $650 a line.

Through March 18, T-Mobile will also offer a Gear VR powered by Oculus, a 6-game bundle and full year Netflix subscription to all buyers.

The 32GB Galaxy S7 will be available in Black Onyx and Gold Platinum for $0 down, at $28 per month for 24 months. On the other hand, the 32GB Galaxy S7 edge will come in Black Onyx, Silver Titanium and Gold Platinum for $59.99 down and $30 for 24 months.

“These new Samsung Galaxy devices are loaded with sweet new features, and when you put them on T-Mobile’s 4G LTE network, you have the best combination of cool hardware and a screaming fast network,” said John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile in a press note.

AT&T Next Samsung Deals

Meanwhile, on AT&T Next, shoppers can purchase a Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 edge and get a handset free. For those who wish to take advantage of the deal, do note the promotional deal is true only when the customer agrees to add a second new line.

The first line can be new or an upgrade. The deal is available to both new and existing customers. However, customers have to pay the tax on both phones at sale.

For those who have already purchased a Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge from the AT&T, the carrier will credit the account for the second phone.

“There’s never been a better time to switch to AT&T,” said Glenn Lurie, president and CEO, AT&T Mobility.

Customers trading in current smartphones to buy the new Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge can get up to $650 in credits per line. Both smartphones must be purchased on AT&T Next, clarified the carrier.

Samsung Electronics had announced the global commercial launch of its new Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge on Friday, including in Australia, the US, Europe, Singapore and Korea.

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