This Galaxy S23 Ultra Deal Gets You A Free Samsung TV And Up To $1,000 Off - Verizon Communications (NYSE:VZ)

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd’s SSNLF Galaxy S23 Ultra is the latest flagship from the leading Android smartphone maker. It is now available at an eye-watering rebate of up to $1,000, with a free 4K Samsung TV bundled in to make the deal even sweeter.

What Happened: The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is now available at a monthly payment of $33.33 for 36 months on Verizon Communications Inc. VZ for the 256GB version. Buyers can score a trade-in discount of up to $1,000 with a free Samsung 4K TV bundled in.

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The 512GB version is available at a monthly payment of $38.33 for 36 months.

It is worth noting that subscribers must have an unlimited data plan with Verizon to be eligible for this offer. Additionally, new subscribers making the switch to Verizon can also get a $200 gift card per switched line.

Verizon is also bundling a 43-inch Samsung 4K Crystal UHD TV. Subscribers also have the choice to opt for a Samsung TV or a projector.

The Ultra Power: The Galaxy S23 Ultra is the latest Samsung flagship smartphone. It is equipped with the best hardware that Samsung currently has on offer. It features a 6.8-inch Quad HD+ resolution display with a 120Hz refresh rate. It is powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, paired with a 5,000mAh battery.

Featuring a stylus that can be slotted into the phone, the Galaxy S23 Ultra has a 200MP primary camera, two 10MP telephoto cameras, and a 12MP ultrawide angle snapper. A 12MP camera handles selfie duties on the front.

Other features include wireless charging, an IP68 dust and water resistance rating, and 5G support.

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