The program is an effort by Samsung to boost sales. The company saw its market share dip by around 4 percent in the second quarter that ended on June 30, according to Gartner. Despite a flashy launch in March, the Galaxy S6 line failed to snap a streak of seven quarters of profit decline.
If you're an iPhone user who is interested in taking advantage of Samsung's offer, you can sign up here.
Update: Samsung said on Friday that all of the devices earmarked for the loan program, which include the Galaxy S6 Edge, S6 Edge+ and jumbo Note 5, have been reserved for users wanting to test out the phone.
The available handsets, complete with free voice, text and a data plan, were all reserved within a few hours, according to Samsung.