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Unlocked Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge now on eBay for $600 and $700

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Carriers have been offering the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge on contract for a couple of months now, and you could even find some unlocked units at certain carriers. Those who would rather have a phone without carrier apps or bloat were waiting for more unlocked units to become available, and now they have. eBay now has listings for both the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, albeit they are for international versions.

If you choose to order the unlocked Galaxy S7, its price is listed at $600, while the Galaxy S7 Edge costs $700, which are a tad bit higher than what you would pay with carriers. There are a few drawbacks to buying from these eBay sellers, since the phones are international models and have different bands. Verizon and Sprint networks are not supported by these handsets, nor is warranty included.

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With these drawbacks in mind, the unlocked versions of the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge still hold some appeal for U.S. customers, since the options to buy them unlocked are rather limited. If you’re content with these drawbacks, you should hurry and order yours because stocks are runnings out fast. Although more discounts and offers will be available for the Samsung flagships later this year, those who can’t wait should take advantage of the offer. You can find the Galaxy S7 with an Exynos 8890 chipset here, while the Galaxy S7 Edge with the same chipset is available here.  If you think there are other, better options to purchase these devices unlocked out there, make sure to help out your fellow Samsung fan and leave a comment below.

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