T-Mobile and AT&T both announced today that preorders for the HTC One M9 and the Samsung Galaxy S6 will begin tomorrow, and now Sprint has come out to do the same. It seems as if each carrier is using a different tactic to get you to go with their service (what’s new?), and Sprint’s method will be to offer a lease of the Samsung Galaxy S6 for completely free for those willing to sign up for the Sprint Unlimited Plus plan.

For $80 per month, you’ll get the 32 GB Samsung Galaxy S6 for free after a $20/month credit on a 24 month lease, unlimited talk, text, and data. You can upgrade to the 64 GB or 128 GB model for an additional cost, and those who go with the S6 Edge rather than the standard S6 will be charged an extra $5 per month. The devices will be available in 3 colors: Black Sapphire, White Pearl, and Gold Platinum.

Sprint’s preorders will also be opening on March 27th for the HTC One M9. Sprint Lease will get you the 32 GB variant for $0 down and $20 per month on a 24-month lease, and $10 more will get you locked into a 12-month lease. Why should you go with Sprint? The company is trying to grab customers by offering a Harman Kardon One wireless Bluetooth speaker at a $50 discount ($99.99) for those who purchase an HTC One M9.

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