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Etisalat and Union Bank partners with Samsung to make smartphone affordable

 


Samsung Mobile, a division of Samsung Electronics West Africa, in partnership with Etisalat and Union Bank of Nigeria PLC., has commenced a flexible payment plans for its customers to purchase high-end smartphone devices on installments at select Etisalat Experience Centres nationwide.
The Samsung device financing option offers customers the opportunity to own their preferred smart devices such as Galaxy Note 8.0 (tablet), Galaxy S4,  Galaxy Mega, Galaxy Note 3, and Galaxy S4 Zoom with the option of spreading payments over a 24-month period.
According to Director, Hand Held  Products, Samsung Electronics West Africa, Emmanouil Revmatas, said this device financing scheme offers Samsung Mobile customers access to a wide range of Galaxy smartphones and tablets at a convenient and affordable payment plan. Consumers can pay over a 24-month period.
Speaking on the initiative, Director Retail Sales, Etisalat Nigeria, Charles Ogunwuyi, said Etisalat is pleased to partner with Samsung on its drive to help to get innovative smart devices into the hands of more people with convenient payment solutions provided by Union Bank.


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Ikechukwu Onu is a Certified Full-stack Digital Marketer and Digital Media Pundit with a profound interest in all things tech. When he is not working, you’ll find him at an outreach, hang out with friends, or streaming a series/movies.

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