Samsung Galaxy S4 Now Available with Rs.5,000 Cash Back in Exchange for Any Smartphone

By July 6th, 2013 AT 1:39 PM

If you wish to exchange your existing smartphone for a Samsung Galaxy S4, good news for you.

Taking the cue from the success of Note- II, Samsung has introduced a new Samsung Galaxy S4  ‘Smart Upgrade Offer’ under which customers can get a Rs.5000 cash back on the Galaxy S4 in exchange of any smartphones. With the exchange offer, the Rs.41,500 price tag on the Galaxy S4 gets reduced to Rs. 36,500.

Samsung Galaxy S4 now available with Rs. 5,000 cash back in exchange for any smartphones

In addition customer also gets special package Smart S view cover worth Rs 2499, One time screen replacement worth Rs 700, 12 interest free EMI’s that result in saving of Rs 3250, Entertainment pack worth Rs 12000 and All in one 3G data plan worth Rs.12000 by Vodafone India.

The offer is valid from today i.e. 6th July to 31 July, 2013. there has few terms and conditions for the offer. The smart phone that you wish to exchange should be in a working condition, with the Display and keypad working and intact. Adding to that, the phone should detect a SIM card and show network signal. The battery and charger for the device need to be included. In other words, the device should be fully functional.

EMI schemes and Buyback or Cash Back offers are new flavour of the Indian mobile phone market these days, Apart from Samsung,  other smartphone makers – Apple and BlackBerry are also offering many attractive schemes in a bid to seal the deal.

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S.Sudhakar

None of the Samsung phones have xenon flash. Most of the handsets do not have option to install the softwares directly in the memory card (some newer android versions allows us to install in phone memory first then move to SD card).

Who will use micro SIM handsets where all the old handsets support normal (mini SIM)?.

Pranajit
Pranajit

dont go for s4,review is very bad. the sale has dropped.
Better buy HTC one

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