The latest tie-up between Samsung and more than 500 corporate companies has started making news which can benefit the employees. Samsung India, which is the biggest and highly trusted company in the country when it comes to smartphones, has generated a sale for employees from these corporate companies. This tie-up has been signed with guidance of the Samsung Corporate Privilege Program.
The offer is exclusively available for the corporate employees, who are more than 2 million in number, between 23rd January and 31st January 2018. This sale would include some of the top selling phones by the company which includes Galaxy S8 & S8+, Galaxy Note8, Galaxy C9 Pro, Galaxy J7 Pro, Galaxy C7 Pro, Tab A 7.0, Galaxy J7 Max along with the newly released Galaxy A8+ as well as Galaxy On7 Prime. Apart from smartphones, the sale shall also include accessories as well as consumer electronics like a microwave oven, television, washing machine, air purifiers, and monitors.
The employees can access this offer by visiting the official Samsung store online or by following the link.
Additionally, the employees can enjoy a special price for the products along with free insurance third party liquid damage and accidental incidents on any smartphone purchased under the scheme. The offer also includes no cost for EMI on the top ranking credit cards, best exchange value for devices and other benefits available on the ‘Samsung Shop’.
Apart from this, the company has launched another scheme with Mobikwik for users that will provide them a benefit of 30 percent Supercash on every purchase from the wallet while the sale is on. Samsung Shop is an online portal for consumers who love to shop online which offers products of a wide range that include television, smartphones, IT products, etc, which is available to be delivered all over India.
Under the special price scheme, corporate employees can get free delivery anywhere in the country. Customers can also chat with the support desk with the use of the live chat option to enquire regarding any issues about the product.