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Samsung to Reward Customers Ahead of Christmas



Samsung Electronics West Africa has announced that it will from November this month reward their cherished customers ahead of the Christmas season in a special end-consumer promotion. The promotion will reward consumers with instant gifts for buying Samsung products that make lives easier, convenient and more enjoyable.

The nationwide consumer promotion is simple and rewarding. Starting this November, any purchase of any of the Samsung Air-conditioner series comes with free brand new sleek Samsung Chief Hero Dual SIM phone.  Customers who buy the Samsung Smart Refrigerators depending on the model mix will also win instantly either a free Samsung Microwave Oven or Chief Hero phone.

Other appliance that will win customers fantastic prizes for their Christmas celebrations include the Samsung Smart Televisions with which depending on the model purchased the customer will get instant rewards ranging from free 32” Flat Screen Television Sets, Digital Home Theatres and Free Satellite Dish and Installation.

Also, to keep homes clean this festive season Samsung is offering consumers who purchase any of their Washing Machines a free 1kg or 2kg detergent instantly.

According to the Marketing Manager for Consumer Electronics at Samsung Electronic West Africa, Richard Nunepkeku; ‘This offer is to give back to their cherished consumers this Yule season as they shop for their home and office electronics needs.

“Samsung products are built with the latest technology and renowned for durability, affordability, reliability and unique features that enhances consumer experiences. All the Samsung products on the market are also specially built for Africa and comes with a special 24-month warranty” Richard Continued.

He finally urged Ghanaians to continue to purchase Samsung products and promised more of such exclusive consumer oriented offers to follow.

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