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Samsung Ghana rewards 250 customers



By: Fred Yaw Sarpong

Samsung Ghana has rewarded 250 customers, as part of the ongoing Samsung Christmas promotion. The promotion is to encourage Samsung customers to register their Samsung mobile phones on Samsung’s e-warranty platform.

The promotion is a 10-week promotion to reward valued customers who purchase any of the selected range of genuine Samsung phone and register it on the e-warranty platform.

Last week, Samsung reward 50 customers which brought the number of people who have won various kinds of Samsung products to 250.

Nana Yaw Odei Jnr, Samuel Kwarteng, Nikoi Dzane and Andrew Adu were among the fifth week winners. They won LED TV, Samsung Note 10.1 iPad and Microwave.

The nationwide promotion, which is being done in collaboration with the National Lotteries Authority (NLA) rewards 50 lucky winners each week with Samsung’s range of consumer electronics and Smartphones, and at the monthly draws, six lucky winners will stand the chance of going to South Africa.

Alongside the winners, Samsung will also reward their authorized dealers and sales agents. Highly performing agents and dealer shops will be given prizes according to the number of winners they have produced during the promotion. Samsung is doing this to reinforce their interest and commitment to their business-to-business partners and sales agents.

During the 5-week, Frank 'O' Trading & Phones emerged on top as the leader in subscribing customers onto the E-warranty service thereby contributing immensely to the success of the promo.

Some five branch managers of Frank 'O' Phones received baskets of lip-smacking hampers from Samsung.

According to Business Leader for Handheld Products at Samsung Ghana, Jaspreet Singh, the rationale behind this is to reinforce the Electronics Giants interest and commitment to their business-to-business partners, dealer and sales agents.

The promotion also seeks to encourage customers to register on the e-warranty platform which gives them 24-month warranty and also enables them to check the authenticity of their phones.

To participate, the customers are required to register their Samsung phones on the Samsung’s e-warranty platform by typing REG *IMEI number # to the short code 1453 across all networks. The IMEI number can be found on the phone’s packaging or by dialing *#06#. It can also be seen in the empty battery slot on a white label which read IMEI.
  



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