Feb 23, 2021
Samsung now lets you return a new Galaxy Z Fold 2 or Z Flip foldable after 100 days
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Samsung is extending the return period for its newest foldable phones to 100 days, the company announced on Tuesday. That means buyers of the Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G and Z Flip 5G can purchase either device, use it for more than three months, and return it for a full refund. Samsung is calling this new program “Buy and Try,” and it’s the first time the company has launched a return initiative as generous as this for its mobile phones.The prior return window was 15 days.
“This new initiative will help consumers try and see if a foldable device is right for them, as part of Samsung’s commitment to making foldable devices more accessible for everyone,” a Samsung spokesperson said in a statement. Samsung says the program is launching today for purchases of either device made through its website and will run until April 1st.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G is technically the fourth iteration of the company’s foldable line, and it released last fall as a vastly improved version of the original (and severely flawed) Galaxy Fold. It costs $1,999.99, though Samsung is currently selling the device on its website for $1,499.99 with an eligible trade-in.
The Galaxy Z Flip 5G is Samsung’s third take on a foldable phone. Following a discount, it now retails for $1,199.99, though Samsung says you can get one for as cheap as $649.99 with an eligible trade-in. Both store pages for the devices on Samsung’s website carry notices of the new 100-day return offer.
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Harry and Meghan reveal they secretly got married three days BEFORE their royal wedding - admitting they exchanged personal vows in a private backyard ceremony with Archbishop of Canterbury and NO guests
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were secretly married three days before they tied the knot in front of the world, with the couple revealing that they held a private 'union' in their backyard with the Archbishop of Canterbury and no guests.
The couple shared the surprise news during their explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey on Sunday night, when Meghan, 39, described the royal wedding on May 19 as a 'spectacle for the world', revealing that she and Harry, 36, exchanged personal vows that they now have framed in their home.
'You know, three days before our wedding, we got married. No one knows that,' she admitted.
Secret: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have revealed that they were married in secret three days before their royal wedding on May 19, 2018
Under cover: During their explosive interview with Oprah on Sunday night, the couple said they called the Archbishop of Caterbury and asked him to wed them in secret in their yard
Meghan went on to reveal that she and Harry phoned the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby - who performed the ceremony at their official wedding - and asked him to marry them in private days before the event that was watched by millions around the world.
'We called the Archbishop and we just said, "Look, this thing, this spectacle is for the world but we want our union between us,' she said.
The couple revealed that they exchanged personal vows during their private backyard ceremony, which they now have framed in the bedroom of their $14.5 million Montecito mansion.
'So, like, the vows that we have framed in our room are just the two of us in our backyard with the Archbishop of Canterbury,' she continued.
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Home: Harry, 36, and Meghan, 39, shared the details about their private wedding while showing Oprah, 67, around the backyard of their $14.5 million Montecito home
Privacy: Meghan described her official wedding as a 'spectacle' and said that it 'wasn't our day'
The couple had no guests or spectators at their private wedding - and it is unclear whether anyone in the royal family knew that the secret ceremony had taken place.
Speaking about the royal wedding, Meghan said that she felt as though the star-studded event - which was attended by dozens of high-profile figures, including Oprah, 67, herself - 'wasn't our day'.
However, the Duchess insisted that she was not particularly nervous before the big event, revealing that she slept through the night before her wedding day, and then marked the occasion by listening to Chapel of Love by The Dixie Cups before heading to St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.