Samsung, Nepal’s most trusted smartphone brand and Ncell a leading telecom operator, today has announced the launch of their New Year scheme where customers can now exchange their old feature phones to brand new 4G enabled Samsung smartphones.
As part of the Ncell’s ongoing #FastForwardLife theme to fast track digital adoption in Nepal, this campaign provides customers with additional 1GB Ncell data each month for 12 months apart from the 4G compatible handset.
This scheme is a part of Samsung’s commitment to digitize Nepal by providing users with a superior smartphone experience which will allow customers to step into the world of boundless digital possibilities. With this new exchange scheme bundled with Ncell data, Samsung Nepal intends to add more excitement and happiness into the lives of the customers on the occasion of New Year 2078.
With this offer customers can get a quick exchange for their old feature phone given that it meets two basic terms and conditions of their phones being able to switch on and their phone’s battery, screen and body to be in an undamaged condition. Upon meeting these terms, customers can get a guaranteed value of Rs. 800 on the exchange of their feature phone.
Upon the exchange, customers will be getting Galaxy M01 Core and Galaxy M02. Galaxy M01 Core comes in a single variant with a storage size of 1/16GB whereas Galaxy MO2 is available is two variants with a storage size of 2/32GB and 3/32GB. Galaxy M01 Core and Galaxy MO2 has an extremely user friendly interface, thus making it simpler and easier to use and understand even for the people who aren’t well acquainted with using smartphones.
This scheme is starting from 1st of Baishakh, 2078 for a limited period of time.
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