Samsung launches exchange offer for Galaxy S4
In a bid to boost the sales of Galaxy S4, Samsung announces yet another exchange offer
Samsung has been right at the top of the high end smartphone segment and the offers it brings along its devices play a major role in keeping it at the top.
After launching a slew of offers for the Galaxy Grand, S3 and Note 2, the company has launched an exchange offer for the Galaxy S4. The Korean company had earlier launched a 0 percent 12 month EMI scheme for the Galaxy S4 but now the company has launched an exchange offer along with a lot of freebies with the device.
You can now trade in your old smartphones for a Samsung Galaxy S4 and the company will give you Rs 5,000 rebate in lieu of exchange. The device will now be available for Rs 36,500 instead of the earlier Rs 41,500 and alongside the exchange offer, the company is also offering a 0 percent 12 month EMI scheme as well. This scheme comes right after the news that the Galaxy S4 is not getting a response as Samsung thought it would get and has had to to reduce inventory orders.
Alongside the exchange scheme, the company is also offering a slew of freebies with the smartphone. The S-View Flip cover worth Rs 2,449 and a one-time screen replacement in the event of breakage worth Rs 7,000 are also being offered as well. The company is giving the buyers access to 60+ live TV channels, 250 movies, 25 HD games, 2.5lakhs songs worth Rs 12,000 as well. Vodafone is also offering a scheme alongside the smartphone under which the users can avail benefits upto Rs 12,000.
Here’s a complete list of the devices that can be exchanged for an all new Galaxy S4:
Nokia: Lumia 800, Lumia 710, Lumia 610, Lumia 510, C5-05, C5, C5-03, E5, 500, 5233, N8, X3-02, C6 and C3.
Sony: Sony Xperia Ion
Micromax: Canvas 2 A110, A75, A100, A87, Ninja 4 and A73
Karbonn: A9 and A21
All BlackBerry, HTC and Apple smartphones will come under the purview of this scheme as well.
Samsung is desperately trying to gain a momentum in the sales of the Galaxy S4 as the sales are slowly dying down after the initial upsurge. And this offer will surely help the company gain back some momentum.