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Apple introduced their iPhone Upgrade Program back in September where customers are able to exchange used phones for a new one every year. T-Mobile customers can change their phones 3 times a year if conditions are met. It is highly expecting that Samsung will introduce a similar service during their Galaxy S7 show in Barcelona later this morning. The Korean press believes that the new service will be called "Galaxy Club," and debut in March when the Galaxy S7 debuts. Samsung will be releasing TV ads on this in March as well. It's being reported that the pricing for Galaxy Club will be cheaper than Apple's program.


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