Green Bay, WI (November 16, 2017) – Local wireless carrier Cellcom has unveiled its Black Friday specials offering extreme discounts on popular smartphones along with savings on accessories. The offers will kick off on Wednesday, Nov. 22 and run through Sunday, Nov. 26.
- Four premium devices will be available for just a $.01 with a two-year contract. The devices are the LG G6, Samsung Galaxy S7 (32 GB), iPhone 7 (32 GB), and the Moto Z2 Play which also includes a free Battery Mod.
- Customers can also save $200 on these devices with a Flex agreement. The discount is reflected in the monthly installments. The LG G6 will be $19.13/month. The Samsung Galaxy S7 will be $15/month. The iPhone 7 32GB will be $14.55/month and the Moto Z2 Play with Free Battery Mod will be $11.63/month.
- Advance Pay customers can save on select devices with the purchase of the Advanced Pay Unlimited Data Plan. The Samsung J3 will be $.01. The Samsung Galaxy S6 will be $49.95 and the iPhone SE 128 GB will be $99.95.
- Customers can save $50% on select accessories, include portable chargers and Bluetooth speakers.
- Shoppers can also save $100 on Samsung Smart Home Monitoring Kit with Samsung device purchase on a Flex or two-year agreement. This offer can be used with the deal on the Samsung Galaxy S7. The cost of the Smart Home Starter kit will be $149.95.
Cellcom has 30 locations and more than 20 agent locations that are also offering the specials. Cellcom stores are closed on Thanksgiving Day and agent hours may vary. For full details on these offers visit www.cellcom.com/BlackFriday.
Cellcom is an innovative wireless company that provides nationwide service for its customer base throughout Wisconsin and Michigan, with more than 50 retail and agent locations. Cellcom is respected for its long-standing reputation of delivering extraordinary customer care, being a strong community partner, and for its renowned network, which is customized to its rural markets. As a subsidiary of Nsight, Cellcom is part of a family of companies offering complete telecommunications services.