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How to get a free Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

author tom banks2
Mar 17th, 2016 2:23:49 am
by Thomas Banks
Technology Expert


The S6 Edge was brilliant so I really wanted the S7 Edge and now I've got it for free.

Why you don't have pay $780 for the S7 Edge

The new Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is the follow up to the ground breaking and hugely popular S6 Edge. The S7 Edge is even better with a long lasting battery, better camera and HD screen just a few of the improvements made. It does cost an expensive $780 but there is a way you can get the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge for free.

Tech review site Product Testing USA are giving away free Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge's for their members to review and keep.

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Kelly Bailey was given a free Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge after joining Product Testing USA.

"I was shocked when they told me I was getting it for free. The S6 Edge was brilliant so I really wanted the S7 Edge and now I've got it for free. It is an awesome cell phone and the curved screen looks really cool."

Become a product tester for free

Product Testing USA gives away free products for their members to review and keep and new product testers are selected every week. It's free to join and once you complete a short offers survey you could be selected to be a product tester. You'll then be given the brand new Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge to review and keep.

Carl Allen was also given a free Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge by Product Testing USA.

"I didn't really expect to get a free phone so I was amazed when they told me I had been selected. It's free to join and takes a minute or two so it's well worth joining because you could get a free S7 Edge. The phone is excellent and that made it really easy to review it."

For your chance to get a free Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge join Product Testing USA today. If you're selected you'll be given a brand new Galaxy S7 Edge to review and then keep.

How to join Product Testing USA

Step 1
Click here for Product Testing USA

Step 2
Sign up for free and complete the short offers survey