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Samsung Sends Beta Marshmallow Update To UK Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge Owners

Samsung Sends Beta Marshmallow Update To UK Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge Owners

At this point, anyone who shelled out the kind of cash it takes to buy a flagship Samsung phone on day one might be wondering when the TouchWiz their Android 6.0 update is coming. If you happen to live in the United Kingdom, the answer is "now," at least if you're willing to beta test some software for free. Samsung sent out tweets inviting UK customers to test the Marshmallow update on its 2015 flagships, the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.

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Samsung Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge On Verizon Get Advanced Calling 2.0 With Wi-Fi Calling

Samsung Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge On Verizon Get Advanced Calling 2.0 With Wi-Fi Calling

Last year Verizon Wireless launched Advanced Calling, a VoLTE service with video calling support on select phones. Now the carrier is pushing Advanced Calling 2.0. An over-the-air update is on its way to the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.

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[Deal Alert] Amazon's $399.99 Galaxy S6 Unlocked Deal Is Sold Out, But B&H And eBay Have The Phone Available For The Same Price Or Less

[Deal Alert] Amazon's $399.99 Galaxy S6 Unlocked Deal Is Sold Out, But B&H And eBay Have The Phone Available For The Same Price Or Less

If there's one phone you won't have any trouble finding on sale this holiday season, it's the Galaxy S6. The carriers each had their own way of using Samsung's flagship to get you in the door. Amazon recently offered the phone for $399.99, but the retailer has sold out. Fortunately you have other ways to get the 32GB US model at the same price or less this Cyber Monday, as long as you want the phone in black.

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Sprint Will Give You A Year Of Amazon Prime If You Activate Certain Phones On Black Friday, Toss In A Free 24-Inch TV With The Purchase Of An LG G4, And More

Sprint Will Give You A Year Of Amazon Prime If You Activate Certain Phones On Black Friday, Toss In A Free 24-Inch TV With The Purchase Of An LG G4, And More

Some people reserve all of their big tech purchases for Black Friday, and Sprint has a plan to get some of their dollars. For starters, the carrier will give away a year of Amazon Prime with the purchase of a Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+, or Note 5.

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Verizon Will Offer $200 To Switch And Buy Certain Phones, $100 Off Select Devices, The Parrot AR Drone 2.0 Elite For $250, And Various Discounted Accessories This Black Friday

Verizon Will Offer $200 To Switch And Buy Certain Phones, $100 Off Select Devices, The Parrot AR Drone 2.0 Elite For $250, And Various Discounted Accessories This Black Friday

Black Friday, or Black Thursday Evening, is only several days away. You're probably not thinking of making the Verizon store your first destination, but the Big Red wants your money just like everyone else. If you find prices particularly off putting throughout the rest of the year, this may be the one time to pay the carrier's site and retail stores a visit.

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Samsung Will Now Give A $50 Rebate To People Who Activate Samsung Pay, Instead Of A Wireless Charger

Samsung Will Now Give A $50 Rebate To People Who Activate Samsung Pay, Instead Of A Wireless Charger

Are you buying things with Samsung Pay? Samsung is willing to give you a bunch of stuff to give its new service a go. In the past it promised free wireless chargers to anyone who activated Samsung Pay for the first time. It has since taken forever to mail them out.

The last deal expired a couple days ago. Now the smartphone maker is back with an offer that is arguably better.

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Sprint Offers A Free Year Of Amazon Prime To Customers Who Activate A New Samsung Phone In November

Sprint Offers A Free Year Of Amazon Prime To Customers Who Activate A New Samsung Phone In November

Good news, Sprint customers: you now get a free year of Amazon Prime! Maybe. If you activate a "qualifying" Samsung phone for a new line of service or a renewed line, Sprint will foot the bill for Amazon's premium shipping option for a year. The promotion starts today, and those qualifying phones are limited to the Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+, and the Galaxy Note 5. So basically it's just for Samsung's 2015 flagship quadruplets - you can't just run out and buy an ancient Galaxy S II for ten bucks and get $100 worth of freebies.

The offer runs through November 30th, and it's valid for Sprint customers who buy their phone outright, lease it, pay in installments, or use an old-fashioned two-year contract.

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Samsung Is Giving People Who Activate Samsung Pay A Free Wireless Charger Until November 8th

Samsung Is Giving People Who Activate Samsung Pay A Free Wireless Charger Until November 8th

Samsung wants you to buy stuff using Samsung Pay. It wants you to so hard that it is willing to give you a free wireless charging pad if you do. Just activate the service on a Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+, or Note 5.

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Samsung Pay App Arrives In The Play Store For The Four Already Compatible Devices

Samsung Pay App Arrives In The Play Store For The Four Already Compatible Devices

Since launch, users have been able to download the Samsung Pay app from Samsung's own dedicated app store. But since enough people aren't aware that place exists, the app inevitably must make it to Google Play as well. And here it is.

Play Store availability doesn't open the app to any more devices than before. Samsung Pay remains a Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S6 Edge+, and Note 5 exclusive.

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Verizon Pushes Out Samsung Pay-Enabling OTA With Stagefright Patches To Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+, And Note 5—Samsung Details First Monthly Security Update

Verizon Pushes Out Samsung Pay-Enabling OTA With Stagefright Patches To Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+, And Note 5—Samsung Details First Monthly Security Update

Samsung Pay is an interesting approach to this whole mobile payments thing. You don't have to wait on retailers to roll out support. Sure, you can use NFC in stores that are hip enough for such shenanigans, or you can use magnetic secure transmission (MST) to pay at terminals that would otherwise only accept debit and credit cards.

Samsung Pay launched last month, but the feature wasn't actually usable until carriers enabled support. And they did, except for Verizon Wireless. Well, now the hold out is pushing out updates to the four Samsung devices that have the hardware necessary to use MST: the Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+, and Note 5.

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