Samsung's Galaxy A51 has been one of the most popular mid-rangers in our database, and now Verizon in the US is set to make it even more so.
The carrier has basically decided to offer the phone for free, if you get the phone on its monthly installment plan. The full retail price of the A51 is still set at $399.99, and that's how much you'll have to shell out if you want to pay for the handset outright.
But if you go the installment route, Verizon will apply bill credits each month, essentially making each payment $0. Before this sudden price drop, you would've needed to pay $16.66 per month for two years to get the A51. Now, it's free.
That said, if you're interested, do act soon, because unfortunately there's no telling how long this deal will last. If you want to learn more about the Galaxy A51, our in-depth review is a good place to start.
You make no sense The phone is free if you stick with Verizon
Because it's broken up into monthly bill credits, which will be void if you change carriers, causing the balance you owe on the phone to become due immediately.
Sorry why do you say it is a scam.