Get Exciting Upgrade Bonus of Rs. 6, 000 with Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Series till September 30

By: DT News Network
September, 07, 2019

With the recent launch of the most powerful Galaxy Note10 series in India, Samsung announced upgrade bonus offer of INR 6,000 with the purchase of Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+ smartphones. This special offer comes alongside with existing bank cashback and attractive Operator offers which is valid from September 3 to September 30, 2019.

The newly launched powerful Galaxy Note10 series is inspired by a generation that flows seamlessly between work and life, giving them the freedom to work the way they want, and showcase their creative spirit, all on-the-go. 

Consumers buying Galaxy Note10 line can avail upgrade bonus offer of INR. 6,000 or grab attractive cashback of INR 6,000 in offline market if the purchase is done via HDFC Credit/Debit card or Consumer Durable loans. The upgrade Bonus is applicable on 100+ Samsung, Other Android and IOS devices.  

Jio consumers recharging with INR 4,999 prepaid plan will get double data for two years; this means additional benefits of up to INR 14,997 for prepaid Jio consumers. 

Prepaid Airtel consumers can get double data for 18 Months, when they recharge with INR 249 (2GB/day) /299 (2.5GB/Day)/349 (3GB/Day) plans; these plans entitle them to get additional benefits of up to INR 6,300. 

Prepaid Vodafone consumers can get double data for 18 Months when they recharge with INR 255 plan; postpaid consumers can get double data when they opt for INR 499 plan. Vodafone consumers will therefore get additional benefits of up to INR 4,600. 

Galaxy Note10 users will also be offered free YouTube Premium for 6 months.

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