Samsung offering Rs 10,000 discount on Galaxy Note II under exchange

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Friday, 7 June 2013

Samsung offering Rs 10,000 discount on Galaxy Note II under exchange

Following Apple, Samsung too on Friday (June 7) announced a smart upgrade offer on the Galaxy Note II.
Samsung has recently benefitied a lot from "GALAXY OWN NOW" plan which offers consumers to buy any of their favourites galaxy devices, starting from Galaxy Grand and now continuing the same methodology korean smartphone major has improved things further by hiking cash bank offer on Galaxy Note II

In the earlier scheme of Galaxy Own Now Plan customers were entitled to 15 per cent cash back on three smartphones - Galaxy Grand, Galaxy Note 2 and galaxy s3 and now company is offering straight Rs 10000 cash back on Galaxy Note 2 phablet

Currently Galaxy Note 2 is available at Rs 37500 which would now be available at Rs 27500 when you exchange your old phone to buy note 2

Samsung Galaxy Note II offer
Galaxy Note 2 Cash Back of Rs 10000/-


The cash-back offer can also be combined with a six month zero per cent EMI scheme, which lets user buy the Note 2 at Rs 4,564 during the EMI period.

Earlier Apple had launched similar offer for iPhone 4 where it was offering discount of Rs 7000 in exchange of select smartphones.

The offer is valid till 30th June 2013. This offer is available from Samsung Brand Stores, leading mobile stores, online portals and Samsung’s own online store.

What is important to note is that when samsung could provide an offer for flat Rs 10000 than there are 2 things which comes in my mind , one is either it could be to sell all existing Note 2 and launch a newer version of the same and secondly imagine the profit margin for a product , when samsung could give it at a price of Rs 27000 still there is huge income opportunity.

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Existing Price : Rs 37500

Upgrade Offer :   – Rs 10000

Effective Price: Rs 27500

6 EMI at 0% : Rs 4584


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