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Samsung Access: Samsung's new service for new Galaxy devices!

Samsung has launched a new subscription service for upgrades, starting with the Galaxy S20 series. The new service, called Samsung Access, allows users to upgrade Samsung smartphones paying an amount each month. Samsung Access, compared to Samsung's old-style upgrade program, offers extra Premium care subscription and premium subscription Microsoft 365, including 1TB storage space in OneDrive cloud storage.

How does the Samsung Access service work and what does it provide?
With this service, you can buy a new smartphone for a monthly fee and later exchange it with a newer Samsung device for the rest of the value. You can choose not to upgrade your device and continue to pay the monthly installments for the device. You can also upgrade your Samsung device after 9 months of purchase and if you want to make it happen upgrade earlier, you will have to pay an additional $ 100. The same charge will apply if you want to cancel it assistance earlier than 3 months. At this point it is worth mentioning everything that is included in the Samsung Access subscription service:

  • Any Samsung Galaxy S20 device | S20 + | S20 Ultra 5G in any available color and storage option
  • Samsung Premium Care
  • 1 TB of storage in OneDrive Cloud storage
  • Microsoft 365 Personal (up to 5 devices, including PC / Poppy)
  • Word
  • Excel
  • Power point
  • Outlook
  • Publisher (PC only)
  • Access (PC only)
  • Skype
  • Monthly payments
  • Upgrade every 9 months or upgrade earlier at a cost of $ 100
  • Cancellation after 3 months or cancellation earlier at a cost of $ 100

How much does the Samsung Access service cost?
The subscription to Samsung Access for 3 months is available at the following prices: $ 37 per month for the S20, $ 42 per month for the S20 Plus and $ 8 per month for the S20 Ultra. This service is a good choice for those who frequently upgrade their smartphones as well as for original users. With this service, you can easily upgrade to newer devices every 9 months. You can read more about the Samsung Access service in the official FAQ section website of Samsung.

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