Samsung is launching a new site hosting service called SEGA which will allow users to rent out their favorite websites for free.
The company is currently offering a number of other free hosting services, but SEGA has the largest selection of free hosting packages available.
This includes hosting for the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphones as well as several popular sites such as Netflix, Hulu, and Spotify.
According to the company, users can rent out a site from SEGA for up to 90 days for $4.99/month, or rent it out for an additional 30 days for a mere $1.99 per month.
The free hosting service is only available for a limited time, and users have to pay a $9.99 fee each month for their own account to use it.
Users will be able to use the service for up-to 30 days before it deactivates and will need to cancel the account at any time.
Users can also access the site from their smartphone using SEGA’s website browser or SEGA mobile app, which will be available in the coming months.
Samsung’s SEGA site hosting is the first such free site hosting services to be launched by the company.
In addition to hosting the S7 and S7+ smartphones, Samsung also launched a mobile app for its S7 devices, which lets users upload and share videos, music, and other content from the smartphone.
According a Samsung spokesperson, the mobile app allows users to upload videos and images to their S7 smartphones and sync their account with the company’s cloud storage service, so users can share videos and photos across the S8, S8+, and S9+.
This service is the third for the Korean electronics giant after the S6 and S6 Edge.
Samsung also announced its S5 smartphone will be getting a redesigned design, with an aluminum frame, a removable fingerprint sensor, and a new front camera.