Samsung’s great offer, these users will get bumper discount on buying laptop-phone-tablet

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New Delhi. As India’s largest consumer electronics brand, Samsung has organized Student Advantage Program at its official online store Samsung Shop and Samsung Exclusive Store. Under this, exciting deals and special prices are being offered especially for Indian students. The program is offering students many deals on the devices they use every day. This will make digital education even more affordable for the youth of India. In addition, end-to-end services will also be provided. This will further strengthen Samsung’s vision of ‘Powering Digital India’.

Student Advantage Program offers:

Talking about smartphones, students will be given 5 percent off on Galaxy A series smartphones which cost more than Rs 10,000 and flagship smartphones. Flagship models include Galaxy S22 Ultra, S22+ & S22, Galaxy S20 FE and Galaxy S21 FE. At the same time, the Galaxy A73 5G, Galaxy A53 5G, Galaxy A33 5G, Galaxy A23 and Galaxy A13 are included under the A series.

Talking about laptops, 10 percent off is being given on Galaxy Book Go, Galaxy Book2, Galaxy Book2 360, Galaxy Book2 Pro, Galaxy Book2 Pro 360. At the same time, talking about tablets, 5 percent off will be given on Galaxy Tab S8, Galaxy Tab A8. Apart from this, discounts are also being given on monitors. Odyssey Gaming Monitor – G5 Series, G7 Series, G9 Series, Curved FHD Monitor – 5 percent off is being given on CF39 Series monitors. At the same time, if we talk about wearables, then Watch 4 can buy Buds Pro with 10 percent off.

Sumit Walia, Senior Director, Samsung India said, “With the Student Advantage Program, we aim to make premium technology accessible to young students across the country and support their education. This initiative of ours is in line with our vision of Powering Digital India. Under this program, our products are being offered to the students at a special price and we are sure that these programs will greatly inspire digital learning and take technology to the youth at a low cost.”

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