New Samsung Smartphones to Come with $300 Worth of Services



Samsung has a long tradition of bundling several services and value add-ons with its premium smartphones via its Galaxy Gifts program and the newly unveiled Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Galaxy Note 5 aren’t going to be exceptions.

The apps and services include everything that Samsung believes the two devices will be: from productivity power houses to fun devices (there are games as well) to looking after your health. Also, that 100 GB of free OneDrive storage we talked about is included and will last a full 2 years.

Here is a full list of all the bundled apps and services:

Service Value
Komoot $26.99 Free turn-by-turn voice navigation and offline maps
Lifesum $18 Healthy living app
TripAdvisor 15% off discount on booking tours! Discount coupon
The Economist $64 6 months free access to online content from The Economist
The Guardian $24 6 months free access to premium news content
Kindle for Samsung $50 Free eBook every month through Samsung’s partnership with Amazon, Samsung Book Deals
The New York Times $45 (US & Canada), $90 (everywhere else) Free access to all NYT mobile content for the first 6 months (3 months for US and Canada users)
Scribd $27 Unlimited access to Scribd’s huge collection of eBooks
Driver Speedboat Paradise $1.50 A game
Empire Four Kingdoms $10 Exclusive in-game gift redeemable after downloading game
Hearthstone Heroes of Warcraft $4.49 Users get 3 free Classic card packs and a shiny Galaxy Gifts card back for use in the game
OneDrive $48 100 GB free storage for 2 years
SketchBook (Note 5 only) $4.99 Painting and drawing software specially tailored for use with the Note 5’s S Pen
ArtRage (Note 5 only) $4.99 Painting app also specially tailored for the Note 5’s S Pen

Due to minor differences between the two devices, as indicated above, some of the applications will only be accessible to users of the Galaxy Note 5 as they take advantage of the device’s S Pen.

The accessible services may vary by region.


Via PhoneArena