New and existing Google Fi subscribers can get $400 off the new Galaxy Z Flip 3

New and existing Google Fi customers can get the new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 for $400 off. This is a huge discount off the $999 price tag. Of course, there are a few caveats, and you must first buy the phone and keep it on a Fi plan for 30 days before you can get the discount in the form of bill credit. However, if you are an existing Fi subscriber and are interested in the Flip 3 anyway, then this deal makes a lot of sense.

If you’re an existing Google Fi customer on one of the full service plans (not applicable to data-only plans), purchase the phone at fi.google.com and activate it on your plan. You must keep your phone active for 30 days to receive the discount offered in the form of billing credit.

Non-Fi subscribers will need to activate their phones on the new full-service plan and migrate their existing phone numbers to Fi. If you choose to get a new number on your new Fi plan, you will not receive bill credit.

When you buy a new Flip 3, you also get a $150 credit that you can use on the Samsung website. All you need to do is order the phone before August 26th and register it with Samsung. You can save $550 on your phone with a cumulative discount.

According to Google, the Fi promotion is valid “while the promotion is running and available on the fi.google.com site” and Samsung credits are valid until November 9th.

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