Sprint will lease you two Galaxy S8s for the price of one

Why get just one of Samsung's newest superphones when you can get two for the same price?

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Samsung's Galaxy S8 sports a fantastic curved screen.

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Why get one Galaxy S8 when you can get two for the same price?

That's the pitch Sprint is using for its latest deal. The wireless provider is offering two of Samsung 's newest phones for a total of $31.25/month (in addition to wireless service charges). The catch? You need to activate two new lines of service, or one new line and one upgrade.

Sprint also offers a "Galaxy Forever" program, which lets users upgrade to the latest Samsung flagship phone after 12 months of payments.

Sprint's press release has the full details.

The Galaxy S8 officially goes on sale tomorrow.