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Samsung Launches 'Stay New' Scheme to Upgrade Your Smartphone

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South Korean smartphone biggy, Samsung, has launched a new scheme namely 'Stay New' to boost up the sales of smartphones even further.



By the all new scheme users can buy a high-end Samsung Galaxy gadget on installments. After 6 months or before 12 months of purchasing, if the customer feels to upgrade to another phone; he/she can upgrade. For that the company has arranged Easy Buy Back plan along with the EMI scheme. Through the Easy Buy Back service powered by Ingram Micro, the customers will get evaluated price for their used smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy S3

"We are targeting a significant number of new users joining the Samsung family. This not only offers an 18-month EMI programme but also an Easy Buy Back, which will help users upgrade to newer models," said Vineet Taneja, Samsung Mobiles and IT's Country Head.

For EMI programme Samsung has tied up with HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, Citibank, and Standard Chartered.

“Post evaluation of the product, a buyback price will be informed to the customer. On accepting the instant offer of the best price, the device will be collected from the location of customer’s choice and the agreed upon amount will be transferred directly into the customer’s account. Hence, the customer can upgrade to the latest Galaxy smartphone by easily selling off their used Galaxy device,” reads the statement.

The scheme is only applicable to Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4, Galaxy S4 mini, Galaxy Tab 3, and Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 P5220

Last updated on 31-12-2013. Published on 31-12-2013. Written by .
Published by Mobiles4Sale in category News
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