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Samsung launches ‘gifts 4 all’



By: Fred Yaw Sarpong

Samsung has launched its new ‘gifts-4-all-season’ promotion, to reward its valued customers with prizes. The buy-and-win promotion which starts on Monday Tuesday March 24, 2014 will instantly reward consumers with prizes whenever they purchase any of the selected range of Samsung products.
The Samsung gifts-4-all-season promotion reward customers who purchase any of the new Samsung Triangle split Air-conditioner model. It comes with a free all-new sleek Samsung Chat222 Dual SIM phone.
Customers who buy selected Samsung refrigerator models will also instantly win free Samsung Microwave Oven.
Customers can also win amazing prizes when they buy Samsung range of Televisions which offer superior TV watching experience in full HD.
The electronics company is giving away a free fully installed DStv explorer with free one month HD Premium subscription, to any customer who buys a 55-inch or 65-inch UHD TV (Ultra High Definition Television).
The same prize package also goes for all customers who purchase the 55-inch LED or the 64-inch Plasma Series 8 televisions
Samsung is also giving away a fully installed DStv with free one month premium subscription, a fully installed GOtv with three months free subscription and a free Satellite Dish and installation to customers who buy selected models of Samsung TVs.
According to the Marketing Manager for Consumer Electronics at Samsung Electronic West Africa, Richard Nunekpeku said this offer is to give back to their cherished consumers this season of Easter by offering them appliances designed to make their lives better and more exciting.
“Samsung products are built with the latest technology and renowned for durability, affordability, reliability and unique features that enhance consumer experience. All Samsung products in this market are also specially built for Africa and designed to accommodate various environmental conditions in Africa. We also use modern technologies to ensure our products save energy and consequently money for the consumer, and our products come with a special 24-month warranty,” said Nunekpeku.

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