Samsung has launched two new programs in India that are aimed at enticing customers to own a Galaxy Smartphone, called Galaxy Assured and Galaxy Forever. The Galaxy Assured plan offers a buyback scheme for Galaxy smartphones, while the Galaxy Forever plan offers customers with affordable options to own a Galaxy smartphone.
Starting with the Galaxy Assured plan, Samsung is offering assured buyback schemes for Galaxy smartphone owners, specifically for the Galaxy S20 Ultra, Galaxy S20+, Galaxy S20, Galaxy S10 Lite (512GB) and Galaxy Note 10 Lite. The various offers are:
- For Galaxy S20 series smartphones that are less three-months old, Samsung will offer up to 70% of original device price.
- For devices that are 6-months old, Samsung will offer up to 60% assured buyback value.
- For devices that are 9-months old, Samsung will offer up to 50% assured buyback value.
- For devices that are 12-months old, Samsung will offer up to 40% assured buyback value.
The second plan, Galaxy Forever, will offer interested customers with an affordable scheme to purchase their Galaxy smartphone. With it, customers will need to avail the EMI facility with IDFC bank, after which they have to pay only 60% of the price at the time of purchase. The balance 40% of the price can be paid at the end of the first year. The customer can also choose to return the smartphone at the end of the year if they wish to do so.
Both plans will be available across Samsung Exclusive Stores, leading retail outlets and Samsung.com.
Commenting on the two offers, Aditya Babbar, Director, Mobile Business, Samsung India said:
At Samsung, consumers are at the core of everything we do. We are excited to announce the roll out of Galaxy Assured and Galaxy Forever plans that give our consumers complete peace of mind. With Galaxy Assured, consumers will have the option to get back as much as 70% of the value of their premium
smartphone. Galaxy Forever lets consumers own a brand new Galaxy S20 by paying only 60% of the total cost. These two plans are a win-win situation for consumers, who will now have a range of options while buying Samsung’s premium range of Galaxy smartphones