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Burger King is offering free smartphones through its mobile app

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In an effort to increase awareness, gain more attention and draw further interest towards its new Android application, Burger King has today announced that it will be offering a selection of mid-range smartphones completely free of charge on a 2-year contract through US carriers Sprint and Verizon.

The selection of handsets is somewhat limited, though. At this precise moment in time, customers have he option to choose from either the Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One (E8), LG G3 Vigor, HTC One Remix, and LG G2.

Here’s what Burger King had to say regarding the promotion:

To celebrate the release of the new Burger King App for Android we have a free Android smartphone offer. Pick a phone, with a new or upgrade 2 year activation and start redeeming your offers in the Burger King App.

If you want to take advantage of this offer, hit the source link below to install the Burger King app on your smartphone or tablet.

Source: Burger King

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