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Galaxy S5 users get gift app from Samsung Ghana



By: Fred Yaw Sarpong

Samsung Ghana is offering users of the new Galaxy S5 free gifts everyday through a new Galaxy gift application pre-installed on all Galaxy S5 smartphones. 
According to the company, users of the Galaxy S5 will enjoy special discounts and freebies at selected commercial outlets in Accra
“The Gift App on the Galaxy S5 is part of our unique Samsung Eco System that seeks to offer our cherished customers additional value for their purchase,” said Jaspreet Singh, Director for Mobile at Samsung Ghana explained.
“For the first time on the market, customers of the new Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone stand to get amazing gifts from our partner vendors every day, and all they have to do is to visit the Gift App on the Galaxy S5 and accumulate points,” Singh added.
In line with this initiative, Samsung Ghana has partnered a number of premium establishments that have been listed on the application to facilitate the purpose of the gift app for Galaxy S5 users. These outlets include Palace supermarket where Galaxy S5 users can get a 10% discount on groceries; Koala supermarket with 10% off groceries; Ci Gusta with the “buy one get one free on ice cream and Silverbird Ghana where users can get free cinema tickets.’
Samsung continues to provide world class treatment to their customers through their Eco System. The Samsung Eco System which is the value added offers consumers get from purchasing a Samsung device has now been customized to suit the lifestyles of the countries where they are being applied.
Samsung hopes to make every day in the life of the Galaxy S5 user in Ghana better with the new Gift App. Customers are however required to register on the Samsung ADH in order to enjoy the benefits of the Gifts App.


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