Samsung Wants iPhone Users To Test Drive A Galaxy Smartphone For 30 Days

If you’re an iPhone user who’s been flirting with the idea of switching to an Android phone, it’s understandable that you might be resistant to change — it can take some getting used to when you switch from one operating system to another, in either direction. Samsung wants to take that uncertainty away for iPhone users with a new promo that allows those folks to test drive one of a few Galaxy smartphones for a month.

The trial period will cost $1 (a processing fee for sending a test phone) and is only open to iPhone users — you have to sign up on an iPhone to get access to the promotion in the first place. You also have to be 18 and have an active data wireless plan.

Here’s how it works: Samsung will send iPhone users who sign up either a Galaxy S6 Edge, Edge+, or Galaxy Note 5 on the carrier of choice, with an activated SIM and data plan. The company then mails the handset to the customer with a prepaid shipping box for returns.

If you don’t send the phone back within 30 days, you’ll be stuck with the entire retail cost of the phone.

The Verge notes this isn’t the first time Samsung has run such a promotion, though a similar offer in 2014 required users to visit a Samsung pop-up store in person.

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