(Pocket-lint) - As if the Samsung Galaxy S5 launch isn't already likely to be the company's largest yet, it is also giving away more than $500 of premium services and subscriptions with the phone.

The UK's Carphone Warehouse recently revealed that it has had more pre-registration requests for the SGS5 than any previous generation, hinting that it is on course to be Samsung's biggest-selling handset, but the Korean firm is taking no chances. It has partnered with 15 apps and services - in the States, at least - to put together a bundle of freebies and offers which it hopes will entice those who might opt for the HTC One (M8) or Sony Xperia Z2 instead.

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Among the offers, new SGS5 owners will get a one year subscription to RunKeeper Elite worth $20, a six-month subscription to the digital version of The Wall Street Journal worth $160, $50 of offers through PayPal, and 1TB of Bitcasa storage for three months.

Other apps and services to take part include Evernote, Cut the Rope 2 and LinkedIn.

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At present, while it is posted on the company's global site, the apps listed seem to be US-specific. Pocket-lint has contacted Samsung UK to find out if there will be similar or alternative offers in Britain and Ireland.

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The Samsung Galaxy S5 will hits stores globally on 11 April.

Writing by Rik Henderson.