Samsung Offers 15 Percent Cash Back on 4 Galaxy Smartphones & Galaxy Camera in India

Leading Mobile phone maker Samsung has announced special Cash Back offer on four Galaxy smart-phones and Galaxy Camera in association with Standard Charted and ICCI Bank.

Samsung Offers 15 per cent Cash Back on Galaxy Smartphones and Camera in India

The 15% cash back offer will be available for  Samsung Galaxy S3 , Samsung Galaxy Note 2,  Samsung Galaxy Note 800, Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos Smartphones and Galaxy Camera device if bought under a 12 month EMI at 0% Interest scheme of ICICI Bank or Standard Chartered Bank credit cards

The above offers will be available at all leading Samsung Branded Sores, E-zone, PlentM, Vijay Sales, Reliance Digital and many more till 30th April, 2013.

Smasung Galaxy Smartphones prices with Cash Back offer

Note : Cash Back amount will reflect separately in customers credit card account, before buying the product check about the availability of the offer at store.

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21 Comments on "Samsung Offers 15 Percent Cash Back on 4 Galaxy Smartphones & Galaxy Camera in India"


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September 8, 2013 3:01 pm 3:01 PM

Subhir, i think you are not clear about the offer of EMI,
and cashback means to make customers fool,. They give 15% cashback on MRP of phone, but in real word you can get the phene already with 15 to 20 % discount in normal mobile shop,. And you are talking about galaxy grand, dont go for MRP of phn, grand is available in less then Rs.17,990 in anywhere in delhi.. and samsung store give 15% discount on MRP of the phn.. use your brain and do some market reached.

Lalit Rai
July 20, 2013 3:03 pm 3:03 PM
My name is Lalit Rai. I have a Standard Chartered Bank Credit Card. I had purchased a Samsung Galaxy Grand using this credit card under the cash back and EMI scheme that the bank was offering. To make sure that I dont have to bother to log-in every month to pay the EMI I transferred the full ammount due over 6 months to the credit card so that the EMI automatically gets deducted. Here is when the bank plays around cleverly to fleece us of our hard-earned money, hoping that the customer wouldn’t even notice a penalty of 350 rupees… Read more »
K P Syed Mujahid
June 18, 2013 9:26 pm 9:26 PM

I want to change my phone from note 1 to note 2