Buy the Samsung Galaxy Grand for approx Rs. 17700

You can now own the Samsung Galaxy Grand for approx Rs. 17,700. Samsung mobiles are now offering 15% cash back on Samsung galaxy series. The cashback is applicable only when you use the Standard Chartered or ICICI credit card with 12month EMI option.

The Samsung Galaxy Grand for example is priced at Rs. 18,920 on amazon. If you order that now and opt for a 12 month EMI plan at 0% interest and with 0 processing fee using the ICICI or Standard Chartered credit card, it will come to approx Rs. 17,700 which is a very good deal.

Flipkart is selling the Micromax A116 for Rs. 15,999 and if you are giving more weight to the brand the Samsung Galaxy Grand but naturally becomes the first choice. The offer is also available on Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy Tab 2 P3100 and Galaxy Note 800.

This Samsung 0% EMI offer with cashback has already helped increase sales and as per TOI report the EMI offer that was initially launched had doubled the sales. As for now there are many low cost alternatives available that competes with the big brand in terms of price and features. This has forced the big brands to come up with lucrative offers. This Samsung Cashback offer is valid until 30th April 2013.

Samsung Galaxy phones offer 15% off, 0% EMI

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