Skip to main content

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.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

PFM Act to guide local government authority borrowing

By: Fred Yaw Sarpong
The bill, Public Financial Management (PFM) Act 921 which has been passed into law by Parliament is to guide public institutions especially the local government authority borrowing. The law was pass on 3rdAugust, 2016
According to the law, local government authority, a public corporation or state-owned enterprise is liable for the debt and other obligations without recourse to Government, unless otherwise explicitly guaranteed by Government in accordance with this Act.
Madam Eva Esselba Mends, the Chief Economic Officer and Group Head of PFM at the Ministry of Finance told the Daily Express that the law involves a lot but it also give instruction to how state institutions can borrow especially with the  local government authority.
She mentioned that there is no specific law in place that gives direction as to what local authority can do when it comes to borrowing by the authority. Other public corporations sometimes borrow with huge amount for their operation but loca…

Vodafone fined a record £4.6 million for IT blunder

A top-up error left pay-as-you-go customers out of pocket and complaints were mishandled
Vodafone has been fined a record £4.6 million by the telecoms watchdog forleaving thousands of customers out of pocket in a disastrous IT blunder.
Ofcom found that the operator mishandled complaints and failed to pay into the accounts of more than 10,000 pay-as-you-go customers when they topped up their credit.
The top-up error, which cost customers £150,000 over 17 months in 2014 and 2015, stemmed from the moving of 28.5 million accounts to a new billing system.Errors in billing data and price plans caused so much protest that it made Vodafone the most complained-about mobile network in Britain.The technical issues were resolved by April 2015 and all accounts are now on the new system, Vodafone said.
Lindsey Fussell, Ofcom’s consumer group director, said:“Vodafone’s failings were serious and unacceptable, and these fines send a clear warning to all telecoms companies.”
The company says that it has ref…

Enterprise Life inaugurates social centre for Kumasi SOS village

By: Fred Yaw Sarpong
Enterprise Life and Sanlam South Africa together with SOS Children’s Villages Ghana have jointly inaugurated a newly constructed social centre at the SOS Children’s Village, Kumasi in the Ashanti region.
The project, valued at GHc485,000.00 forms part of Enterprise Life and Sanlam-South Africa’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) to promote quality education and health for vulnerable children in Ghana.
The newly established social centre provides a suitable multi-purpose facility with a spacious auditorium among others to host different social activities related to child growth and development and will cater for both SOS children and students of the Hermann Gmeiner School.
The centre also offers the beneficiaries the opportunity to freely socialize and participate actively in educational oriented activities such as school concerts, art exhibitions and workshops.
The Executive Director of Enterprise Life, Mrs. Jacqueline Benyi expressed satisfaction that her outf…