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Instead of free bloatware, one retailer throws in free TV with Sony smartphone purchase

11
Mar
2014

Samsung is already advertising its free gifts that will be available to Galaxy S5 buyers.  Worth almost $600, these gifts include free subscriptions to certain services and access to premium apps – or essentially free bloatware that should convince consumers to buy the new handset. But one U.K. carrier has devised a more interesting way to attract buyers to a brand new Android handset. Vodafone has partnered up with Sony to offer a free 32-inch Sony Bravia TV (model number KDL-32R433B) to the first 3,000 buyers who preorder the Xperia Z2 smartphone, XperiaBlog reports. The phone is worth £320 (or around $533), and may now offer a better on-contract purchase incentive than Samsung’s free software promise. Unfortunately, the offer is only

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